Essentials: Sara Kelly

The essential tools needed to run a domestically sourced clothing manufacturer are as simple as they are sturdy and reliable — just like the genuine garments produced by S.E.H Kelly, which sources every aspect of garment production within the British Isles.

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The essential tools needed to run a domestically-sourced clothing manufacturer are as simple as they are sturdy and reliable — just like the genuine garments produced by S.E.H Kelly, which sources every aspect of garment production within the British Isles. These tools belong to Sara Kelly, and are used every day at her workshop to design, make, and finish patterns and garments. From the hole-punch and stapler, to trusty scissors, Kelly’s rudimentary tools are critical to ensuring everything that leaves the atelier lives up to the proud standards of being made in Britain. You can check out Kelly’s full range of honest menswear like cashmere jackets, linen shirts and corduroy trousers here.

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