I think it has tended to be a male-focused design in the past, but that could be about to change with the launch of the Baracuta G4 and G9 harrington jackets for women.
Thankfully for traditionalists, the jacket is pretty much unchanged in terms of detailing unless you look very, very close. Although there are some colours strictly for the women’s market. But the classic touches are still in place, including a shell made of water-resistant polyester/cotton, 100% cotton Fraser Tartan lining (although the G4 also has ‘a distinctive delicate polka-dot print’), zip fastening, trademark 2-button Baracuta collar, front flap pockets and the ‘Umbrella’ back vent.
The difference is the cut of the jacket and a slim fit compared to the male version, as well as the option to adjust the sides ‘for a more flattering silhouette’ . If all of that appeals, this 20th century classic sells for £280.