Garments start out at the S.E.H Kelly workshop on Boundary Street in London, and worked into patterns with a local pattern-cutter. Cloths are sourced from an assortment of outstanding regional mills and co-operatives, their provenance running the length and breadth of the Isles. Buttons and trims likewise. Patterns, cloths, and buttons then come together, and garments are assembled, cut, sewn, and finished by hand by a handful of workrooms and factories - many of them specialists of one particular type of garment.
The best makers are found right across the Isles. For every family-run, hand-operated, tried-and-tested and mastered-over-generations outfit, there’s one embracing the computer-run and the new-fangled. What they all share is excellence.
Considers the social and environmental factors in the design process.
Uses packaging that is made of recycled or recyclable materials.
Pays the local minimum wage and/or the local living wage.
This brand has certifications.
Animal cruelty free and does not test on animals.