Collection Review - KESTIN SS20 - West Highland Ways

Collection Review - KESTIN SS20 - West Highland Ways

Camping and Scotland go hand in hand. The hikes are endless, the scenery is epic and when the weather is good there’s no-where else you’d rather be. For SS20, Kestin has looked at vintage outdoor gear to produce a Scottish camping-inspired collection. Form and function are key with a range that excels in urban to outdoor fashion.


The soft seasonal colour palette reflects the natural landscape of Scotland and is made up moss blue, dark indigo, light olive, sand, slate, stone, and accents of mint and cumin.


A huge variety of textures are explored with a tactile mix of cloths, ranging from heavy weight mill-washed ripstop 100% cotton, to super high-gauge Japanese taffeta jersey, a newly developed 6.3oz flax/cotton blend sustainable fabric, and washed fine cord.


The collection has a mix of styles to work for both city and country pursuits. There are light-weight shirt jackets, shorts and shop coats for days in the city, and windbreakers, tess and trousers for those outdoor days.


For many seasons now the Inverness trouser has been a best seller and after many requests a short version has been created. Retaining the great fit, the Inverness short has a low rise crotch, draw cord waist and made from British Brisbane Moss cord and water repellent Italian cloth.

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