Barbour, one of the most prominent brands in the luxury market, has a machine that it says can help save its business.
The company says the Advanced Comfort Machine, developed with American technology company DSI, can help it sell more garments and clothes in less time and in less money.
It was designed to make a more comfortable garment at a cheaper price.
The machine was unveiled last year at the US Fashion Week show in New York, with an announcement in December.
A video of the event showed Barbour’s chief executive, Michael Schuman, standing alongside his designer peers.
“We want to help people feel more comfortable, and it’s about getting that comfort back in their life,” he said.
“We’re working on something that is going to make that happen.”
The new machine uses sensors to detect changes in the sweat and blood that flow down the body, helping to control the garment’s movement.
It is a “slimmer and more comfortable” version of the machine Barbour used to sell in its home market, China.
Its predecessor, the Advanced Sport Machine, also uses sensors.
As well as being able to keep clothes warm longer, the new machine can be adjusted to suit different body types.
One feature is that it can adjust the machine’s temperature based on the wearer’s body type.
Barbour has also made an effort to use “smart technology” in its designs, including a system that allows the machine to determine how a garment feels.
That means that when the wearer moves their arm, the machine adjusts the height of the garment according to their movements.
In this way, it can measure how a wearer’s arms feel, so that they don’t feel as if they’re wearing a bulky garment, or when they’re not.
And when it comes to fashion, the company says that, when it came to clothing, the “best” clothing for someone with a body type that would favour the Advanced Suitable garment type, is tailored to their body type and size.
At the show, Barbour said that, in the US, a woman who wears a 38B shirt, and a 36B shirt or jeans, and who are both under the 30B body type, will feel more confident in their own clothes, and be able to wear them longer.
With the new Advanced Comfort System, that same woman can wear her 38B, 36B or 32B shirt with a 42B jacket, for an extra $50-$60 more per pair.
There’s also a way to make the new garment fit better on someone who’s too big for the traditional 30B size, Barbor said.
“In some of our models, the top layer of the shirt has been changed to a larger size so that it’s slightly less stretchy.
And the waistband has been cut in half so that the waist is slightly narrower than the shirt.
In our model, this allows for a more relaxed fit.
The top layer can be a little tighter, so it doesn’t fit all the way around the body.”
“It’s also got a very small waistband so that there’s no extra padding on the bottom.
This allows for more flexibility in the torso.”
It’s not just the new machines that will help Barbour keep its business growing.
On Monday, Barbours new apparel division, Barberswear, announced a new line of products to support the company’s expansion.
Among those products is a new range of leather products, which Barbour says it hopes will make the business more attractive for women who want to wear a longer coat.
Earlier this year, Barbys new Chief Executive, Stephen Liew, said the company hoped to make its products available in a range of colours, sizes and fabrics.
Speaking to Reuters in the UK, Liew said that the company was now focused on bringing the leather products to its US and European customers.
“[We’re] making a big step forward with our business, to be able make it a bigger business, and we’re very proud to be a global leader in this area.”