Jennifer Kent founded her eponymous label in 2013. You’ll find her beautifully minimalist retail space in Glasgow’s creative West End. The all-white space mirrors Jennifer’s approach to design; with a keen eye for small details and a dedication to using the best materials and manufacturing processes, Jennifer Kent designs are great quality and striking winter wardrobe investments. Jennifer’s collection comprises of knitwear, accessories and interior products that are all designed in-house and produced in Scotland through time-tested methods. Here are four of our favourite pieces from the new collection that will be sure to keep you warm this winter. 

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Blaze Shetland Sweater
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Navy Shetland Sweater

Jennifer Kent Grey Shetland Sweater

Handcrafted in North-Eastern Scotland using supersoft Shetland wool, and completely void of seams, this sweater is perfect for winter. With a premium on comfort and style, Jennifer Kent’s aesthetic shines through with this piece. It’s understated, but instantly eye-catching in terms of quality. Plus, the Shetland Sweater can be easily styled over a simple white shirt and a pair of dark woollen trousers for warming yet relaxed outfit through the festive season. 

Jennifer Kent Red Rise Scarf

Love your scarf but hate how itchy it is? Scratch no more. This winter we recommend opting for a Jennifer Kent scarf. The fine merino wool construction, hand-finished in Hawick on the Scottish Borders is soft, smooth and light, while, obviously, being incredibly warm. The chevron design on one end of the scarf is bold without stealing the show.

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Mustard Shetland Sweater
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Denim Shetland Sweater

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Khaki Shift Scarf
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Orange Socks

Jennifer Kent Khaki Shift Scarf

If you want to keep the colours a bit quieter for winter, the khaki shift scarf is perfect. Made alongside the Red Rise Scarf in Hawick, this accessory also matches on the material level: fine Italian Merino wool.

Jennifer Kent Orange Socks

The often ignored key to a great outfit? Socks. Make a statement with these orange socks made of cashmere. The bright orange flashes will tie an outfit together if used properly: we think a pair of White Common Projects will be a match made in heaven. 200 years of textile tradition has gone into this pair of socks, and you’ll be able to tell as soon as you slide your feet into a kind of toasty luxury they’ve never felt before.

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Red Dimension Scarf

Shop and explore all of Jennifer Kent’s winter essentials at OPUMO

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