The knives have been put away, but now what to do with all the flesh? We’re talking of the pumpkin variety of course!
Halloween is almost upon us, so everyone at Seasalt HQ decided it was time to perfect some pumpkin designs. But carving fresh veg in the office just wasn’t practical, so we took a fruity sidestep…
We’ve recently received some lovely pictures from friends in India who have been enjoying our brightly coloured sweatshirts. We thought the full story might be in order, so here Neil Chadwick explains how Seasalt is spreading a little bit of colour and help around the world.
Halloween preparations are well underway at the iconic Eden project – with an entire 10 days throughout this half term week set up to celebrate our love of a fright fest.
Falmouth Oyster Festival kicked off Cornish style proper last Thursday and we managed to get down to the shellfish action on Saturday afternoon.
The weekend is almost here and we’re waiting in eager anticipation for this year’s Falmouth Oyster Festival!
A couple of Fridays ago, with the sun shining and the autumn heat glistening on the sea, the Seasalt staff were getting ready for our tremendous Big Bake Off.
Arranged in support of the Macmillan Coffee Morning (although ours fell in the afternoon and was distinctly more of a cakey affair), lots of people had been sweating over hot ovens all week to take part in the baking competition.
Earlier this year, we put out a casting call for a ‘rugged Cornishman, with a 32 inch waist…’ We were looking for someone to face our menswear AW11 collection and the response was brilliant.
After much deliberation we managed to whittle our choice down to one individual, James Eddy, who spent a whole week with us in the photo studio – a significant side step from his normal weekly routine. We caught up with him to find out a little bit more about his regular work.