Those proudest of their British heritage work hard to preserve it before it fades, or before the passport office kicks them out for being named "Fayed". Maximally efforting to preserve Brit clothing traditions, S.E.H. Kelly, launching their first a/w drop.
S.E.H. is comprised of a duo of ex-Savile Row-ers obsessed with the wholly British provenance of their high quality, preppy-utilitarian duds, which all remain in England to be "spun, woven, cut, stitched, sewn, and finished by hand" -- a fate you'll share if you don't pick up this stylish clothing. The essential offerings:
Coming in cream, navy & beige, these Cumbria-made, semi-cutaway-collared slim-fitters are mostly produced from an extra-warm cotton/wool blend, the outlier being a charcoal-colour wool/cashmere number. Each shirt has real-horn tortoiseshell fasteners from a family that's been making buttons since 1800, making them the world's foremost experts at pushing each others'.
Made using cotton-twill from the Cotswalds or a wool/cashmere blend, these clean-cut work jackets have a "robust build", two patch pockets on the front, and one inside complete with a pen/pencil compartment. They come in either charcoal or French navy, which as you learned in history class is where charcoal comes from.
These slim or narrow-fit numbers are both medium rise, 4-pocket, 4-button fly, and are constructed from either charcoal wool or black "11-wale needle-cord" -- surprising, because usually when it takes 11 whales to make something, it hails from Japan, not Lancashire.
S.E.H. also have a pair of rounded-collar overshirts coming in mustard or slate, both loose fit, but with "a slight kick from the waist down", surely what Mohammed must feel like every time he hears "Your visa's expired".