Clothing brand Seasalt grows Scottish network with St Andrews store
Seasalt founder Neil Chadwick said: “St Andrews has a wealth of cultural heritage, from its university to its historic castle – it’s a fantastic town in which to set up shop. We love its ancient history and how friendly the people are. We can’t wait to become part of the local community.”
The clothing brand can trace its history back to 1981, and now boasts more than 60 shops in the UK, about 1,000 staff, and it sells to more than 150 countries.
Its collections are designed in studios overlooking Falmouth Bay and St Antony’s Lighthouse by an in-house team of fashion and textile designers, fine artists and illustrators.
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