Glenmuir has revealed its Autumn/Winter collection for 2018 with a focus on delivering classic styles using high quality performance fabrics and outstanding craftsmanship.
This new collection from the celebrated Scottish golf clothing brand features technologically advanced mid-layers and unique ‘Touch of Cashmere’ knits.
The new Wick (£54.95) garment, above, features advanced technology and is a lightweight performance mid-layer bonded with a tricot weaved backing to increase comfort and prevent friction against garments worn underneath.
Available in four classic colours; Navy, Light Grey, Tahiti and Black, all with contrast zips, this advanced piece of apparel is also made with a moisture wicking fabric and four-way stretch to help add to the comfort.
The women’s Carina (£54.95), above, features the same technology as the Wick but with figure shaping side panels and lurex detailing.
Glenmuir is also introducing ‘Touch of Cashmere,’ a signature fabric and a first of its kind for the Autumn/Winter collection.
Constructed using a combination of luxury cashmere and combed cotton, the styles become an affordable and durable alternative to traditional cashmere whilst still offering it’s touch and feel.
A highlight of this luxury collection is the Munro (£79.95), above, zip-neck sweater with signature Glenmuir tartan effortlessly combining Glenmuir’s rich heritage with this new unique new range.
Outerwear is also a focus in this collection with the three-layer StormBloc windshirts given a design refresh. The interlock fabric is highly technical delivering a waterproof, windproof and breathable material designed to enhance movement with its stretch properties.
A new addition to the collection is Thurso (£74.95), above, a performance padded gilet with fashionable marl fabric and stretch side panels.
Claire Woods, Head of Design at Glenmuir said, “This Autumn/Winter 2018 collection focuses on producing high quality, functional and elegant products.
She added: “We are always looking for ways to use innovative fabrics in our designs whilst maintaining the classic styling synonymous with the Glenmuir brand.”
To find out more, log-on to glenmuir.com
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