Introducing: S.E.H Kelly, British-made menswear
S.E.H Kelly is a London- based menswear brand founded in 2009 by Paul Vincent and Sara Kelly which ethos is to make everything in the British Isles and apply Savile row clothes making standards to casual wear. They honor trusted materials such as Shetland wool, Harris tweed or Irish linen, but the most interesting part is their approach to garment making. S.E.H Kelly is more than just a brand, it's a network of suppliers and craftsmen, mills and factories committed to perpetuating traditional British clothes making. Their designs are extremely simple, stripped from anything remotely superfluous.
In spite of its vintage (some might say old) look, the founders vision is to create workwear for today, not the 19th century. Prices are steep, but I could definitely see their clothes being worn for decades, unlike disposable, fast fashion. Their care and painstaking attention to detail are what made them so popular in far-flung places such as Japan (their biggest market).
Please go to their website and read more about the makers, it's well worth the time.
I know it's supposed to be menswear, but it looks a hell of a lot like my ideal wardrobe.
Below is a great interview of S.E.H Kelly co-founder, Paul Vincent.