THE CINEMATIC PARKA

Developed by a praised costume designer for several recognized Estonian movies, ST parka combines smart natural fabrics with responsible manufacturing. Keeping you warm and elegant behind and in front of the camera.

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THE AVIATOR PARKA IS HERE

The newest member of the ST family, Aviator parka is a lightweight, packable parka made of exotic ramie fabric, famous for its durability and resistance to bacteria. A true companion for all your air miles.

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BUY NOW

The newest member of the ST family, Aviator parka is a lightweight, packable parka made of exotic ramie fabric, famous for its durability and resistance to bacteria. A true companion for all your air miles.

BUY

THE AVIATOR PARKA IS HERE

The newest member of the ST family, Aviator parka is a lightweight, packable parka made of exotic ramie fabric, famous for its durability and resistance to bacteria. A true companion for all your air miles.

BUY NOW
BUY NOW

The newest member of the ST family, Aviator parka is a lightweight, packable parka made of exotic ramie fabric, famous for its durability and resistance to bacteria. A true companion for all your air miles.

BUY

THE AVIATOR PARKA IS HERE

The newest member of the ST family, Aviator parka is a lightweight, packable parka made of exotic ramie fabric, famous for its durability and resistance to bacteria. A true companion for all your air miles.

BUY NOW
BUY NOW

The newest member of the ST family, Aviator parka is a lightweight, packable parka made of exotic ramie fabric, famous for its durability and resistance to bacteria. A true companion for all your air miles.

BUY

THE AVIATOR PARKA IS HERE

The newest member of the ST family, Aviator parka is a lightweight, packable parka made of exotic ramie fabric, famous for its durability and resistance to bacteria. A true companion for all your air miles.

BUY NOW
BUY NOW

The newest member of the ST family, Aviator parka is a lightweight, packable parka made of exotic ramie fabric, famous for its durability and resistance to bacteria. A true companion for all your air miles.

BUY
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BEFRIEND THE NATURE

The story of Seasoned Travel is told in two main narratives.

Film and nature.

We are firm believers in collaboration with nature and using the materials created in nature’s laboratory.

Like ramie or camel hair.

As the film is our medium of choice to express our relationship with nature, here’s a short piece about befriending nature.

Enjoy and share.

MEET THE TRAVELER. HENRI VARES

Meet the Traveler is a series of short interviews with our good friends (and customers).

Here’s our long-time friend and a collaborator Henri. Immaculate dresser and an all-round nice guy.

Name: Henri Vares
Occupation: Stylist and one-third of Atacama Clothing e-store
ST shell: Charcoal
ST lining: Beige Ramie/ Wool/ Linen
Mindset: The bigger you dream the more confident are your steps towards your goals.

Q: What actor would you want to play yourself in a biopic about you?
A: Young Jude Law. With his charisma, he can squeeze my crazy twenty-two years into two hours. From the life in Saaremaa woods without electricity to the yachts in Monaco.

Q: What would the movie be called?
A: Borrowed Feathers

Q: The movie that changed your life?
A: The last movie to have a big influence on me has to be Finding Neverland. It reminded me of the greatest gift mankind has got from nature, the power of thought. While drowning in the routine of everyday life, we shouldn’t forget the childish joy and fantasies that have the power to turn those angry eyebrows into the shiny smile.

Q: The coolest city?
A: Marrakech. The air is thin with energy that just pushes and pulls. Mysterious.

Q: One thing you never travel without?
A: The Sardinian ring that I found from a dusty vintage store in San Remo. It has been going from hand to hand for almost 100 years, so I want to trust its intuition and wisdom. It brings me good luck.

Q: Plane or train?
A: Plane when you have limited time resources. Train when you wish to dream and write down your thoughts.

MEET THE TRAVELER. LAURI TIKERPE

Meet the Traveler is a series of short interviews with our good friends (and customers).

Here are Lauri’s thoughts on movies and travel.

Name: Lauri Tikerpe
Occupation: Copywriter and creative director
ST shell: Navy and Aviator
ST lining: Cotton with Muhu pattern
Mindset: Eclectic

Q: What actor would play you in the biopic about your life?
A: I’ve been told that I have similar scars to Joaquin Phoenix.

Q: What would the movie be called?
A: Still Life

Q: The movie with the best style?
A: I still remember when I saw Carl Prechezer’s “Blue Juice”. The movie itself is so-so, but it was the first time I saw the looks of Northern Soul dancers and soul boys. Steven Mackintosh’s character had these mad hats, which made me raid the second-hand stores until I found a similar one.
Or it can be the smooth suiting in Wong Kar Wai’s “In the Mood for Love”. Q: Movie that changed your life?
A: Wong Kar Wai’s “Chungking Express” has this haunting bittersweet mood and Faye Wong’s cover of The Cranberries’ “Dreams” was a small gem. And I don’t even care so much about Cranberries.

Q: Netflix or cinema?
A: Depends on the movie. It’s so cosy to watch movies at home but going to the cinema feels like a ritual and gives you a longer-lasting impression.

Q: The coolest city?
A: I suspect that if I would’ve been to Tokyo I would choose this. But New York is a nice place to lose yourself in. And Copenhagen.

Q: Dream destination?
A: As I said, I’d like to see Tokyo before I will be too old and too poor as a retiree. Also Johannesburg.

Q: Plane or train? Why?
A: I love the idea of slow. Slow food, slow fashion, slow travel. So it would be nice to travel by train more often. But there’s also magic to flying.

THE HI-TECH FABRICS DEVELOPED IN NATURE’S LABORATORY

Nature has its own laboratory for developing high-quality materials.

It’s called the desert.

The hero of this laboratory is camel hair.

In the centre of the fibre, there’s a hollow space that acts a vacuum, insulating cold or hot air.

That’s why the camel hair has thermostatic properties which protect and insulate the camel in high mountain cold and blizzards while keeping cool in desert heat depending on the temperature.

We use the camel hair for the insulation of our linings.

It’s machine washable and recyclable.

Its trade is also well recorded, so we can be sure that all the animals have been treated well.

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