When we last left S.E.H Kelly I had hopefully brought your attention to fine new brand out of England and another dude who refuses to use a period after the third abbreviated letter in his name. S/S 2010 follows in the footsteps of what we've seen already in that the colletion stays extremely well edited and focuses on a serious attention to detail. In the case of S.E.H Kelly it's all about the manufacturing. From the actual process of making the clothes down to the vibe it gives off, British manufacturing is the theme. There are only 5 pieces for S/S 2010, but each comes together to form a true cohesive idea - not bad for FIVE pieces when you think about it. Everything can be worn together or separately and that's the beauty of it all. It also doesn't hurt that the fit of each item appears to be as on point as you can get. S.E.H Kelly may just be on the comeup, but it seems to me that they not only know where they've came from, but where they are going.