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Clothing made in the UK – British clothes manufacturers and British Made Clothes – UK made clothes and accessories. Who made your clothes?

British made menswear, British made womenswear, British made children’s clothes.  Clothing made in the UK.

Is ANYTHING you’re wearing made in Britain?

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I sense a revival of British clothes manufacturing. Much has gone, but there is still a fantastic choice of British made clothes out there, whether you want to spend a lot or not very much money.

Here you can find links and information, in no particular order, about British made clothes, for men, women and children. This article is ongoing and I will add to it when I discover more British clothes manufacturers and suppliers. Only companies that actually make or supply clothes made in the UK will be featured here, not simply companies that used to make clothes in the UK or are just selling clothes in the UK. The products I list here are genuinely made in the UK, not simply labelled to imply British heritage or manufacture.

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John Lewis to ‘repatriate’ textile manufacturing in made in Britain push – Telegraph

John Lewis to ‘repatriate’ textile manufacturing in made in Britain push – Telegraph.

I originally saw this on the Tumblr blog by Spoke – http://spokefit.com – https://twitter.com/spokefit – Spoke have their men’s trousers made in London, England and the prices are reasonable.  Made using mostly Italian components.*

*Having looked at the spoke website and blog again today (22/11/14) I can find no reference to any of their products being made in England and on Facebook it says they are made in Europe, so this is wrong.  Spoke clothes appear to be foreign made after all, although they do say they use some British fabrics.

It would be nice if JLP really does increase their proportion of British made products they sell. If they can bring more textile manufacture back to the UK in doing so all the better.

Disappointingly John Lewis do not always label their products with the country of origin and where this is the case the products in question are foreign made.  JLP still have quite a way to go, as most of the products in their stores are foreign made.

The article also mentions “on-shoring” by other companies, including:

  • Topshop giving more work to British suppliers.
  • DFS increasing its UK production.
  • Hornby planning to make a new range of Airfix kits in Newhaven, East Sussex.
  • And online bathroom company Bathrooms.com giving more work to British suppliers.

Long may this trend continue.