Seasalt Cornwall New Bedding Released

Seasalt Cornwall New Bedding Released

Our duvet sets are made from 100% pure cotton poplin that’s cool and breathable on warm summer nights but still cosy in winter, and will get even softer with every wash. Featuring unique prints created Seasalt’s in-house team of designers, inspired by the flora, fauna and seascapes of Cornwall.

Seasalt began in the Cornish town of Penzance in 1981. The Chadwick family went in to a shop on Adelaide Street to buy some waterproofs and ended up buying the shop.

In the early days, they sold traditional workwear, such as smocks, oilskins and Breton tops, to the people of this creative, coastal community.

When Neil Chadwick met Sophie, a textile designer, in 2004, they expanded their vision for the family business, creating a brand of clothing and accessories, inspired by Cornwall’s wild landscape and vibrant artistic culture.

The brand’s monthly collections are designed in studios overlooking Falmouth Bay and St Antony’s Lighthouse, by an in-house team of fashion and textile designers, fine artists and illustrators. Their considered designs are rich in narrative, weaving hand-crafted prints and distinctive colour palettes together with yarn-dyed checks and contemporary silhouettes, inspired by artists’ workwear.

Seasalt clothing is known for its enduring quality and is crafted from natural fabrics and yarns as much as possible, such as Soil Association organic cotton, merino, bamboo and linen. The clothing range offers a wide choice of fits and lengths, including a Petite range and sizes up to 26, reflecting the inclusivity of the brand.

Seasalt has grown to be one of Cornwall’s biggest employers, with a team of over 1000, over 60 shops around the UK and a growing list of international stockists. The brand’s long-term commitment to sustainability includes supporting local communities where it has a presence, via staff volunteering and charity partnerships and continued work to reduce its environmental impact in every area of the business.