Recently I read that the traditional resource of four natural fibers, cotton, wool, silk, and flax is limited.
The apparels of the Glenmuir Autumn Winter 2020 Collection are combining sustainable luxurious natural fibers and technical fabrics with contemporary design.
It seems like Glenmuir is aware that its industry has a high environmental footprint and is responsible for a significant amount of waste.
This is important to emphasize before I would summarize the Glenmuir Autumn Winter 2020 Collection.
One of the consumer trends in 2020 is naturality. Consumers will seek products that are environment-friendly. They want to lessen their ecological impact.
Glenmuir Autumn Winter 2020 Collection – Naturality
Cashmere wool is the best sustainable and renewable fiber with virtues to protect the user from the surrounding rudiments.
Cashmere has a high moisture content that allows the insulating properties to change with the relative humidity in the air.
For Glenmuir’s signature Touch of Cashmere zip neck sweaters, contemporary sporty design meets natural fibers to create unique knitwear pieces that are breathable, stretch, soft to touch and have an anti-pill finish.
In the Glenmuir Autumn Winter 2020 Collection British lambswool can be found too. It is another eco-friendly material.
In the g.Jasper sweater model I found extra-fine Italian merino wool. Merino is the world’s naturally technical fiber, which is renewable and bio-degradable. It can be worn against even the most sensitive skin.
The g.Eton sweater has got:
- 100% combed cotton zip neck.
- Textured micro honeycomb knit with mock suede placket and back neck trim.
g.Girvan, g.Jedburgh, g.Olivia and g.Alissa offer the golfer a fresh and bold take on traditional knitwear whilst g.Bothwell and g.Nika reflect Glenmuir’s traditional heritage with subtle rib and cable detailing (RRP all £85).
Each piece of knitwear is hand-knitted by craftsmen with stitches linked manually resulting in a long-lasting perfect fit and resilient flat seams.
The mid-layer and padded collection continues to go with new colorway Navy/Light Grey added to g.Crail, a lightweight brushed back mid-layer (RRP £65), and Ascot Blue/Light Grey Marl added to the popular quilted hybrid g.Arran, which combines a padded marl panel with fleece-backed stretch sleeves and side panels providing water and wind resistance, heat insulation and enhanced freedom of movement (RRP £75).
The bold Magenta has proved popular for the ladies’ padded gilet g.Sabine (RRP £80) and the stretch padded hybrid jacket g.Madison (RRP £85).
The long sleeve performance pique polo shirts have been a great success for ladies (g.Misha) and for men (g.Max) with a new Light Grey Marl color added (RRP both £45).
The fabric is active and highly functional with moisture-wicking technology delivering breathability, UV protection, thermoregulation and enhanced freedom of movement.
The Glenmuir Autumn Winter 2020 Collection will be available from August 2020.