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Kestin does a consistently amazing job of reinventing the proverbial wheel in their style, adding unexpected fabrics and subtle nuances to styles as old as time. For SS22, the Scottish powerhouse brings us plenty of workwear-inspired goodness in the form of overshirts like the Orniston as well as the Armadale Shirt in Chambray, Tan Italian Ripstop, and a striped linen blend. Other favourites like the Tain Shirt, the Short Sleeve Granton, the Crieff Technical Windbreaker and the Inverness Trousers and Shorts have been re-done for the summer with new colourways and fabrics, and we’ve got plenty of new-to-us pieces like the Wick Trouser and Eyemouth Shirt, too.
We recommend washing on a cold cycle and hanging to dry.
Since founding his namesake label in 2015, Kestin Hare has quickly become the poster child for modern Scottish clothing design. His garments are eminently wearable, stuffed to the brim with utilitarian good looks but never too “fashion-y” for the average guy. Part of that appeal is the clear workwear and military influence, genres of men’s clothing which were founded on functionality and which Kestin is intimately familiar with (he spent four years as Head of Design at Nigel Cabourn). That vintage flair combined with his dedication to fabric technology is a formula that has totally won us over at Wallace—so much so that we thought “hey, maybe we should talk to this guy.”Read more
In the history of men’s clothing, Scotland has not typically been known as a capital of fashion. Tartan, kilts, and Harris Tweed dominate the conversation, but Edinburgh-based designer Kestin Hare is steadily changing that image. Since founding his namesake brand Kestin in 2015, the label has consistently produced some of the best workwear and vintage-inspired clothing on the market...Read more