Monday, March 1, 2010

Stumbled Across: S.E.H Kelly


I haven't seen a lot from English brand S.E.H Kelly, but so far so good.  Everything is made in England and a cornerstone of the brand is a serious respect for the British clothing industry.  S.E.H Kelly's pedigree extends back to Saville Row (expertly tailored clothes on the horizon?) which is particularly interesting considering the serious workwear feel of the collection - The vibe I'm getting so far is almost a Scandinavian minimalist Engineered Garments.  The F/W 2010 collection is influenced heavily by traditional English workwear, shop-worker and factory attire - in the soon to be released autumn lookbook, entitled Book No. 1, "particular use has been made of a soft but hardy cashmere and wool from the Cotswolds, and hard-wearing cotton drills and twills from a mill in Lancashire."  You can follow S.E.H. Kelly on Twitter and as more information and clothing is released I'll be sure to highlight all the goodness on Sart Inc.


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