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Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by JohnnyLaw, Dec 1, 2011.

  1. FlyingHorker

    FlyingHorker Senior Member

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    ahh ok, that makes sense in terms of design philosophy.

    appreciate the candid response.
     

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    Any restock of the accessories in the near or distant future? The brown scarf doesn't seem to have ever made it online & my size in the navy gloves is already sold out :(
     

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    The brown scarf — you're right. I think it is the last thing for this year not yet online. It is identical in design to https://www.sehkelly.com/scarf-in-navy-lambswool-tuck-stitch/ but with different colours. Please, drop me a line at [email protected] if you'd like more information.

    The navy gloves are actually from last year. The newest ones — and my favourites; usually a curse — are the black ones, at https://www.sehkelly.com/gloves-in-deerskin-in-black/.
     

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    ... and speaking of things brown, we finally got around to making some new trousers.

    They are a fairly wide leg, wth darts where you might normally find pleats to control the shape at the top.

    And they're made with a very springy, hairy, fairly rough and hard-wearing woollen twill from West Yorkshire. Its abrasiveness is tempered by some very smooth leg-lining and pocketing. The facing for the waistband is a patterned version of the same material, which isn't something we normally do, but does serve to brighten things up.

    proper-trouser-woollen-twill-dark-natural-2.jpg proper-trouser-woollen-twill-natural-8.jpg proper-trouser-woollen-twill-dark-natural-7.jpg proper-trouser-woollen-twill-natural-6.jpg proper-trouser-woollen-twill-dark-natural-15.jpg

    Paul
     

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    Fabric weight?
     

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    340gsm.
     

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    Here, finally, are some state-sanctioned photographs of the tielocken being worn on a real human being -- plus the heavy crewneck.

    tielocken-donegal-tweed-admiral-blue-worn-1.jpg tielocken-donegal-tweed-admiral-blue-worn-2.jpg tielocken-donegal-tweed-admiral-blue-worn-3.jpg crewneck-lambswool-tuck-navy-worn-1.jpg crewneck-lambswool-tuck-navy-worn-2.jpg

    We've also had a few other blue-colour things at the workshop, such as the work jacket and car coat in sail-canvas and protective ripstop respectively (both also now online) and the work jacket in a very soft merino twill (not online).
     

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    Happy New Year, one and all.

    I have been putting online was is honestly described as overspill from last year, but to the general public will henceforth be dubbed "new season".

    Trousers made with heavy cord. I like these, especially, with the contrast of hefty, outdoors cloth, with quite formal styling.

    standard-trouser-heavy-corduroy-cedar-1@2x.jpg standard-trouser-heavy-cord-dark-navy-3@2x.jpg standard-trouser-heavy-corduroy-cedar-11@2x.jpg standard-trouser-heavy-corduroy-cedar-8@2x.jpg

    And then the cardigan, finally — overdue by many weeks because of a unit of measurement mix-up worthy of Spinal Tap. It is at https://sehkelly.com/cardigan-in-geelong-lambswool-tuck-in-charcoal/. It is the result of a gradual piling-on of ideas about cardigans, with the pockets, the inverted seams here and there, the half-raglan sleeve, among other things.

    cardigan-geelong-lambswool-charcoal-1@2x.jpg cardigan-geelong-lambswool-charcoal-4@2x.jpg cardigan-geelong-lambswool-charcoal-6@2x.jpg

    Paul

    P.S. Some genuinely new-season things are nearly finished, meanwhile: the trench coat in a waterproof ripstop, the work jacket in canopy cotton, and a bunch of new legwears.
     

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    Thank you very much.

    The cardigan has been an irregular feature at the workshop over the past five or six years. I think perhaps because the appetite for cardigans comes and goes, and when it goes, it really, really goes.

    Still, we've had a good reception this time around, and are considering a cotton version for the spring, too. We always try to build on what went before, after all, and with the increasingly numerous but hopefully not distracting features (new and old) I'm increasingly happy to have it around the place.
     

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    wow the cardigan is almost sold out already
     

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    We've had a few requests for photographs of the new parka "being worn" — and so, belatedly, here are a few.

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    We hope to have a short version of the same parka developed later in the spring.

    The new cardigan, here, too.

    cardigan-geelong-lambswool-charcoal-worn-4.jpg cardigan-geelong-lambswool-charcoal-worn-2.jpg

    Paul
     

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    ... and the watch cap, of which we have but one in stock, in blue.

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    We’ve been working this week on a new version of the parka — the outstanding feedback on its release before Christmas being “please make a shorter version.”

    There is precedent for this among military outfitters from the RAF in the 1950s and all the way back to the heyday of Genghis Khan, so it’s something of which we’ve begun and in fact already nearly finished development.

    The short version will include everything in the long version, but will end immediately below the warmer pockets. It will also have more lift in the sleeve, pleats at the elbow, and a belt for adjustment on the hood.

    There’s more about the long version at https://www.sehkelly.com/parka-the-problem/, by the way.

    Paul
     

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