S.E.H Kelly has moved its studio from East London into Vitsoe‘s West London shop for a brief 10 days. The purpose behind the temporary move was to tell the story of Hebridean mills, “the revived art of horn buttons and the virtues of making in Britain,” with an inspired display dubbed An unassuming wardrobe. Behind the presentation is the attempt to introduce the narrative as an interplay between the garments,buckles and buttons of S.E.H Kelly and the furniture of Vitsoe. The last day to check out the exhibition is November 1.
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