Edinburgh-Based Label Kestin Explores "Port Seton" for SS23
Delivering a lightweight and breathable collection suitable for life on the coast.
Edinburgh-based menswear label Kestin has unveiled its brand-new collection for Spring/Summer 2023.
The collection is titled “Port Seton” and it takes inspiration from the unified town in East Lothian, Scotland. As a whole, the new line focuses on lightweight and breathable designs that are crafted to be worn on the coast. This is encapsulated perfectly in the brand’s new Granton short-sleeved shirt. The design is a lightweight take on vintage workshirts and it has been cut from a combination of a soft floral fabric and cotton paisley.
Additionally, further breathability is supplied through the revitalized cotton windbreaker; this has been cut from a stretch garment dyed cotton, while it is also complemented with an adjustable neck and hem. Meanwhile, the all-new Appin Pant is based on old hiking trousers and crafted in water-repellent nylon. Furthermore, a new Gala tee has been introduced and this has been constructed from a loopback cotton jersey and also features a kangaroo patch pocket in a woven stretch fabric.
Rounding things off, Kestin also presents a further collection of button-up shirts, trousers, and outerwear jackets that have been designed with a selection of double-breasted pockets.
You can take a closer look at the new collection from Kestin above and it is available to shop via the brand’s official website now.
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