Posts Tagged ‘handmade’

panama stowaway overshirt by s.e.h kelly

Monday, June 6th, 2011

Another great piece by S.E.H Kelly. The overshirt is made from a mid-weight cotton-panama, from a mill in Lancashire (England), and features large pocketing panel and a turn-down collar with rounded collar points. Available in stone and navy here.

cotton-drill tour jacket by s.e.h kelly

Monday, April 25th, 2011

The tour jacket by S.E.H Kelly is a spring-time, cotton-drill update of the winter work jacket. It features a turn-down collar with straight collar points, a four-button fastening, and simple single-button cuff sleeves. A concealed strap on the jacket’s interior allows it to be hitched over the wearer’s shoulders and worn on the back. More details about this great jacket here.

ray ray by helm

Friday, February 4th, 2011

HELM is a reinvention of iconic footwear design: the shoe for the new male footwear connoisseur who will not sacrifice comfort. Take a look at this amazing boot, called the Ray Ray. Handmade by leather specialists/boot craftsmen in Istanbul. More here.

artifact bags

Monday, December 27th, 2010

All the Artifact Bags are handmade a workshop in Omaha (Nebraska, USA). Made from the finest American sourced waxed canvas and leather with a lifetime guarantee for all products. Be sure to take a closer look at the No. 215 bag. More styles here.

scott-nichol socks

Tuesday, December 7th, 2010

Your feet (and boots) deserve a good pair of socks. Scott-Nichol (Leicestershire, UK) is a traditional manufacturer of fine quality men’s socks for over seventy years. They use Shetland, Alpaca and Merino Wools to make comfortable and warm socks. More here.

s.e.h kelly

Friday, October 22nd, 2010

After some great pieces last spring, S.E.H Kelly keeps suprising. Both the cream brushed cotton semi-cutaway shirt (above top) and mustard cotton-twill overshirt (above) are amazing. From fabrics to components and through every stage of manufacturing, each garment is a product of the clothing and textile industry in England. Just great. More here.

moos tailored basics

Wednesday, September 15th, 2010




Just two words: handmade craftsmanship. The idea of Moos Tailored Basics is to bring back the relationship between maker and wearer. How good is that! A brilliant idea from a brilliant guy. More here.

orco cicli iskra

Friday, July 16th, 2010

Orco Cicli designed a beautiful new track bike. The bicycle is made in Milan and a fine example of Italian craftmanship. Check out their other bicycles and their blog.

steve mono

Thursday, June 17th, 2010

Gonzalo Fonseca (Madrid, Spain) created Steve Mono in 2006 with the aim to create and offer men useful leather pieces they can take with them for years. Basic but quality and personal pieces. All pieces are made in Spain. Fonseca works with a small manufacturer to offer a personal and intimate product you can feel is made for you.

s.e.h kelly

Thursday, May 27th, 2010



S.E.H Kelly makes clothes with mills and factories in England. Spun, stitched, cut, sewn, and finished. From fabrics to components and through every stage of manufacturing, each garment is a product of the clothing and textile industry in England.

rapha checked cap

Monday, May 3rd, 2010


The Rapha Checked Cap is hand crafted from the finest Italian fabric. The cap can be worn under a helmet or on its own and can be folded into a jacket or jersey pocket when not needed.

vanilla bicycles

Saturday, May 1st, 2010


The Vanilla Workshop is a community, a collaboration between master fabricators; expert bicycle painters; photographers; wood, leather, fabric and metal workers, all working closely to bring the intelligent, edgy, sexiness of Portland to the rest of the world. Interested? The wait for a custom Vanilla is over five years…

heritage research artillery jacket

Sunday, April 25th, 2010


Heritage Research garments are crafted in England using the finest British fabrics. Every piece is cut, sewn and finished by hand using traditional English tailoring methods. The jacket above is based on a Union naval officers jacket worn aboard the first ironclad warships used during the American Civil War. The jacket is made from a rich navy Irish Linen and fully lined with English Cambric cotton.