Autumn Winter '22
This season takes inspiration from the people of the Arran Islands at the turn of last century, where necessity through lack of resources and harsh winters informed their ingenious design, such as deep pintucks, and gathered waists (making a garment multi generational), taking a skirt from youth to adulthood. Each garment is meticulously considered through the cutting, such as pocket placement, hem length all determined by the width of the fabrics in order to use little to no wastage.
Malcolm Seal - Gardener, Basket Maker and Sheep Owner
It is often the case, within the gardening world at least that one generous word directs you towards another humble being, someone else who has trodden familiar ground and has shared sensibilities.
In her infamous garden in Kent Matt took great pleasure in talking to Charlotte Molesworth. On explaining the imminent move to Dorset one person Charlotte reeled about was British basket maker, gardener and "owner of sheep" Malcolm Seal.
Merino Submariner Roll Neck - Navy
The original submariner jumper was ordered by the War Office, and supplied to The British Royal Navy. It was designed to protect sailors from the harsh, freezing conditions out at sea. Built to last a lifetime. Keep you comfortable and warm working outside.
Photo credit Edd Horder