Community Culture: Miles Robinson Of Pizza Fella – Kestin AW21

To highlight our latest delivery from HIP favourites Kestin for AW21 – we visited Miles Robinson Of Pizza Fella, a culinary institution within the city and a go-to for us at HIP HQ. Situated just a stones throw from our Leeds flagship store, Pizza Fella was first born after Miles developed a passion for Neapolitan […]

To highlight our latest delivery from HIP favourites Kestin for AW21 – we visited Miles Robinson Of Pizza Fella, a culinary institution within the city and a go-to for us at HIP HQ. Situated just a stones throw from our Leeds flagship store, Pizza Fella was first born after Miles developed a passion for Neapolitan pizza after a visit to Naples. Following a few years of serving up authentic slices out of the back of his converted Citroen H Van named “Claude” at various pop-ups and events, Pizza Fella found it’s feet with a permanent home on Vicar Lane in the form of a stripped back, industrial-inspired venue which seats up to 60 people. Offering a robust and thought out menu of wood-fired pizzas, each handmade using Italian Caputo flour, San Marzano tomatoes and Fior di Latte – it’s clear Pizza Fella draw strong inspiration from Italy with their toppings, but also try to make the most of local British producers wherever they can – resulting in the best Pizza in town.

Founded in 2015 by designer Kestin Hare with almost 20 year’s industry experience, Kestin aims to redefine modern Scottish design by seamlessly blending innovation with tradition. For AW21, Kestin present their latest collection which stays true to the brands heritage of drawing from workwear, military, sports and outdoor wear to create clothing which is functional, subtle and distinctive.  For Kestin, responsible manufacturing is key with around 50% of every collection being made in the UK. Standout pieces in Kestin’s AW21 collection worn by Miles includes the Neist Fleece, Rosyth Shirt and Derby Smock.

Explore the Kestin AW21 collection in Leeds, Nottingham and online now.

Published by Oliver Jackson

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