Made in Britain from the web this week: Fox Brothers | S.E.H Kelly | Abraham Moon
The Makers of S.E.H. Kelly (Style Salvage)
S.E.H. Kelly are a British brand at the forefront of what UK garment making should be about – quality, provenance and support for specialist British manufacturers. Here Style Salvage gives a glimpse into the mills and factories that make their products possible.
Fox Brothers Week (The Tweed Pig)
Following our exclusive interview with Deborah Meaden about the launch of online luxury British goods store The Merchant Fox, The Tweed Pig has a nice series of articles on the Fox Brothers.
Abraham Moon: The name on everyone’s lips – and labels (Telegraph Fashion)
The Yorkshire woollen mill that everyone seems to be talking about at present gets a feature in the Telegraph.
Factory Visits Map (Manufacture & Industry)
Adam from Manufacture & Industry dedicates all of his annual leave to visiting British manufacturers the length and breadth of these isles, such is his dedication to the skills and craftsmanship of UK manufacturing. He has now added a great searchable map to his site showing the locations of the factories that he has visited. Well worth a browse.
Three powerful reasons why British manufacturing matters (The Telegraph)
The Telegraph argues that rejuvenating the manufacturing sector will play to the British people’s natural talents.
Edward Green Top Drawer Boots (Permanent Style)
For those interested in English shoes, Permanent Style blog has a piece on the bespoke English shoemaker Edward Green