PROCESS: The Making of an S.E.H Kelly Pea Coat
S.E.H Kelly prides itself on producing timeless garments in conjunction with local craftsmen right in the UK. Since its founding in 2009 by Sara Kelly and Paul Vincent, S.E.H Kelly has been producing garments in a decidedly traditional fashion. Having cut their teeth working for some of the world’s finest tailors on Saville Row, Kelly and Vincent know a thing or two about producing quality garments locally using only locally-sourced materials but what sets them apart from the Saville Row crowd is their penchant for producing wearable pieces that not only look fantastic, but are rugged enough to be worn everyday. With S.E.H Kelly’s focus squarely on the materials, its garments avoid extraneous details and unnecessary flair for a clean and refined aesthetic. Not just another heritage brand, S.E.H Kelly instead combine traditional materials and craftsmanship with contemporary styling to create a line that is sure to be around long after the heritage workwear trend has died.
For this latest installment of the PROCESS series, we’re given an exclusive walkthrough of the production of an S.E.H Kelly Pea Coat. Starting with the initial sketches all the way through to production, we’re treated to a look at garment production as it was once done before mass production techniques took over. Have a look through and enjoy!