The Making Of Christmas


From deserted beaches to wooded valleys, the wild landscape around us is a constant inspiration to our design team. This month, their sketched watercolour prints capture scenes of Penwith, in a palette alight with warm jewel tones. The fluid painterly style draws on the colourful designs of Arts & Crafts silk makers, Crysede, who were based in West Cornwall in the 1920s.

Seasalt model wearing red dress


Seasalt model wearing a red flower pattern top and dress

Make a sophisticated statement in our luxuriously silky velvet. In rich seasonal shades, the soft, drapey fabric shimmers beautifully.

Seasalt model wearing a collection of green and red dresses

Photo of Cornish scenery

Seasalt model wearing green dress

Seasalt designer Sophie Chadwick’s fluid brush strokes capture delicate yet dramatic Cornish magnolias in festive jewel tones.

Seasalt model wearing green scarf, sceasalt model wearing dark dungarees

The Modern Creatives Project, Susan Kinley
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The Modern Creatives Project


“I am interested in the history of a place, and changes that have occurred… Some places are timeless… other places have completely changed.”

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Seasalt boots, Seasalt model wearing coat

Seasalt model wearing red jacket

The Pilchard Cellars, Porthmeor

Our beautiful boiled wool coats and quality knitwear in carefully chosen Cornish shades will see you through the coolest days.

Collection of Seasalt jumpers, Seasalt model wearing stripey Seasalt jumper

Seasalt model wearing grey jumper

St Ives Jumbo ‘William Paynter’

easalt photography of Cornwall

We shot on location in St Ives harbour, on one of the town’s famous jumbo boats , William Paynter. Decorated for the season with Cornish greenery and laden with gifts, we caused quite a stir for onlookers!