Garments start life at the S.E.H Kelly workshop in London, before being developed into patterns with a local pattern-cutter. Materials, meanwhile, are sourced from an assortment of outstanding regional mills and co-operatives — their provenance running the length and breadth of the Isles. Buttons and other trims likewise. The garments are then cut, sewn, and finished by hand — and, for knitwear, knitted — by a handful of workrooms and factories, many of which are specialist makers of one type of garment.
S E H Kelly
S.E.H Kelly makes garments with the makers of the British Isles. Every aspect of every garment is made with the domestic clothing industry, with steadfast adherence to quality and the sturdiness of British make.
- Year Established: 2010
- Web site: S.E H. Kelly