Win an Exclusive Bundle of Finisterre Clothing Worth £250

Win an Exclusive Bundle of Finisterre Clothing Worth £250


Bundle up. Win £250 worth of Finisterre clothing.

It’s Earth Day (at time of writing, at least) and though we’re
pent up at home, flicking through our camera roll of memories past,
we’ve arranged a little treat to prepare you for globe-trotting
adventures to come.

We’ve teamed up with our friends at Finisterre to give one lucky SUITCASE reader a
bundle of clothing – specifically, a bumper pack of garms pulled
from its exclusive collection designed in collaboration with the
Natural History Museum in London.

We’re offering one of two prizes – either a midi dress and swimsuit from the women’s range or a Cuban-collared shirt and T-shirt from the men’s – as well as a
collection of recycled packing cubes and one of the stylish
limited-edition Hope the Whale pin badges, an homage to the epic
blue-whale skeleton suspended across the Natural History Museum’s
iconic foyer.

Scrawled with 19th-century drawings of sub-aquatic lifeforms and
wobbly sketches pulled from the notebooks of adventurers past, this
collection is a deep dive into the worlds of those explorers
(Charles Darwin and Maria Sibylla Merian, being two) who charted
new paths on their travels around the globe.

As if the collection’s subtext wasn’t dreamy enough, each
garment has been made with as little impact on the environment as
possible – even the packaging is 100 per cent biodegradable – in
true Finisterre style.

We’ve had a crush on Finisterre for a while. It’s safe to say
we’re a little bit jealous of this one.

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The Lowdown

Born over a decade ago from the needs of hardy British surfers,
designs functional and sustainable products for those that share a
love of the sea… They’re committed to making informed decisions
about their impact on the environment and – through challenging,
innovating and seeking alternatives to what has gone before –
they’re constantly trying to push boundaries, to make the best gear
they can.