Now for its latest release, A Kind of Guise continues to seek inspiration from South America to inform prints and patches inspired by Colombian artisanal crafts. The Eden print — which is a summer-infused Italian cotton seersucker — comes as a Gioia Shirt and Gilli Swimshorts, while the Hombrecito Shirt catches the eye with its large embroidered manikin patches.
New colors options are added this time around on the Carpa cardigan and Polonia pullover too, which have been knitted using a lightweight linen-merino wool blend.
With summer around the corner, this season’s shorts arrive in a variety of fabrics, including Waffle from the label’s Atrato shirts, as well as some durable ripstop materials. Earthy Belgium linens also make an appearance on Samurai trousers, a Banepa Shirt and a long-sleeved Gusto shirt.
Take a look at the latest offering in the slideshow above and shop the collection via the A Kind of Guise webstore from March 17, 8PM CET.
In other news, Heron Preston has focused on sustainability for SS22.