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PENWITH PENINSULAS

Sharing our love of Cornwall

As we reflect on 2020 and look forward to the new year, we’re drawing on the dramatic scenery of our West Cornwall home, the rugged beauty of Penwith’s dramatic coastline.​

A land of fishermen and artists, ancient stories and pioneering thinkers, Penwith is where Seasalt began and it will always draw us home. Our new collection is a celebration of this special landscape, filled with rich colours gathered from our walks along the coast path.

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THE SEASALT

PRINT TEAM

Alice, Kathryn and Karen on location in West Penwith

Real people are the fabric of Seasalt and this year we’re celebrating the community that brings our brand to life.

Our latest photoshoot was the perfect chance to introduce you to the talented women behind our unique prints, immersed in landscape that inspires them. We think they look wonderful wearing their work.

CARVED LEAF

Seasalt co-founder and print designer Sophie Chadwick created this textural design from a carved lino-block of beech leaves.​ Wear this unique print your way with three versatile pieces to choose from.

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HEATH & STONE

Drawing on the work of the Cornish Modernists, our designers created bold new prints with dynamic and playful abstract shapes.

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40

YEARS OF SEASALT

This milestone year is both an opportunity to celebrate our story and look to the future. Our goals have always been simple: to craft beautiful clothing, share our love of Cornwall and make the best choices for our people and the planet.

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SEA BLUES

& CORNISH GORSE

Winter days don’t have to be dull with a fresh colour palette that heralds the arrival of spring on Cornwall’s clifftops. Layer up now and wear right through to warmer days.

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ORGANIC COTTON

PIONEERS

All Seasalt Sailor Stripes are made with 100% Soil Association GOTS certified organic cotton. ​

We were the first fashion company to achieve GOTS certification and we have been using organic cotton in our collections for 15 years. It’s grown without synthetic fertilisers and pesticides to protect wildlife, soil quality and the workers who grow and process the cotton.