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SEE+QUIN LAUNCHES RANGE OF BOLD, BEAUTIFUL AND ETHICAL
EMBROIDERED SWEATSHIRTS MADE TO ORDER IN CORNWALL
Bringing joy and unique style to your favourite sweatshirt
See+QUIN has been creating embellishment concepts for designers like Tory Burch and J.Crew and high street names such as Anthropologie and ASOS for almost a decade. Now, for the first time, they have launched their own collection of embroidered sweatshirts direct to women who value sustainability, comfort and style. Known for their bold designs with a playful touch See+QUIN have brought their signature look to the range of beautiful sweatshirts. For launch there are six designs across five sizes, XS to XL, and with more designs coming soon women are set to discover their new go to piece.
‘When we came up with the idea for our collection we wanted to create something beautiful, unique and ethical, the kind of thing that you feel amazing wearing everyday. Our sweatshirts bring together high quality base pieces with the most wonderful embellishment designs. We’ve taken your favourite comfy sweat and made it into something really special.’
Kate Southward, Co-Founder of the See+QUIN range
Each piece is designed in Bath and embellished to order in Cornwall by local artisan embroidery house St Mawgan Embroidery Company. Orders for the first limited run close on Monday the 27th of September, head to https://www.seeandquin.co.uk/shop to order. By offering a made to order service See+QUIN ensure stock levels across all sizes and make sure the production is managed in a non wasteful way. A sustainable process is key the to the whole ethos of the range from the suppliers and materials to process and packaging. The gorgeous sweatshirts are a classic raglan style in a supersoft certified organic cotton (85%) and recycled polyester (15%) quality loopback fabric and the manufacturer is Fair Wear audited.
‘We’re commited to ethical practise. Where possible we work with independent UK based companies, not only is is more sustainable but it means we’ve created a really high quality product made by people who are real artisans. Our designs are hand sampled in our Bath Studio and then we develop them with a small batch Cornish machine embroidery house to recreate the beautiful textures, unique flourishes and creative placements you get with hand embroidery.’
Sarah Curley, Co-Founder of the See+QUIN range
You can find out more about their ethical practises here – https://www.seeandquin.co.uk/ethicalpractise
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