In autumn, the scenery of the last fully vertical mill in Scotland is awash with earthy brown and rust tones. Known
for their distinctive twists on tartan designs that bring their rich Scottish history up to date, it seems a
befitting time to launch the Johnstons of Elgin House Check tartan. Intertwined in every thread of the stunning
tartan are the visuals of the Caledonian landscape and their timeless brand colours. The rich navy blue echoes the
river near their centuries-old mill, whilst the golden caramel is reminiscent of the Peruvian native Vicuña that
forms such an essential part of their back story. And in keeping with their sui generis association with cashmere,
the crisp and clean white reflects the lightest shades of their natural, cloud-like fibre from the yarn.
This playful House Check is showcased in their cashmere scarf and stole. Rendered in 100% cashmere, the scarf that
benefits from this charming pattern would be a very shrewd investment. Not only is it extremely stylish, but is a
terrific embodiment of Scottish heritage. Like Johnstons of Elgin have demonstrated with their styling methods, it
needn’t be the only ode to Scottish culture in your outfit. Arriving in both men’s and women’s cuts, the
introduction of the Merino wool and cashmere blend burgundy, black, beige and brown tweed suit has been a huge
success. Encompassing all the classic details you would expect from a Savile Row-made creation, this suit is a
winter masterpiece – and when it comes to being accessorized with the House Check scarf, the outfit must be
considered a bona fide crest of Johnstons of Elgin’s roots.