Made in London

The Well Fashioned list of manufacturers based in London.

Ally Bee: Ealing Green, London. @Allybeetweet

With 80% of all their alpaca yarns having been sourced in the UK, Ally Bee offer natural fibre knitwear and have recently been awarded the Butterfly Mark for the brands commitment to fair production standards.

Beautiful Soul London: Notting Hill, London. @BeautifulSoulxx

Nicola Woods combines sophistication and fun childhood memories in her luxury womenswear prints which have acclaimed international recognition from the likes of Kate Middleton and Taylor Swift.

Bianca Elgar: London. @biancaelgar

Describing her brand as ‘Wearable Art’, Bianca manufactures scarfs, tops, skirts and dresses in various locations around the UK, with perfected attention to detail in every piece.

Candy Anthony: Southbank, London. 

Candy Anthony creates bridalwear and accessories that are exclusively designed and made to order individually for each customer, with the perfect silhouette in mind.

Colenimo: London. @Colenimo

Colenimo has created a contemporary line with vintage details, aimed at the modern woman.

Closet: London. @Closet_London

With every garment made in London, Closet channels the confident and feminine style of the modern woman into all their pieces from tailored jackets to the little-black-dress.

Cordings of Piccadilly: London. @cordingslondon

For over 175 years Cordings have created womenswear with the ‘quintessential British woman in mind’. Having dressed the Queen Mother, Cordings boasts both quality and effortless class.

Danielle Romeril: London. @DanielleRomeril

This label presents in London Fashion Week and is supported by the likes of Topshop and the British Fashion Council, and what’s more every peice is designed and made in London!

Diva Catwalk: London. @DivaCatwalk

With a following that ranges from the Royal Family to Nigella Lawson, Diva Catwalk is known for quality stretch fabrics and timeless classics, all designed and made in their London studio. Check out their show room: 146 New Cavendish St, Fitzrovia, London W1W 6YQ.

Dlux London: London. @DluxLondon

Specialising in high quality sheepskin and shearling but ensuring that each item hold warmth without adding weight to your outfit. Based around two collections, BLACK and CLASSIC, Dlux London offers quality outwear made in the UK.

Falcieri Design: London. @falcieridesigns

Sourcing their fabric mainly from Leicester market, Falcieri Design offers unique and classy womenswear for every occasion.

Grace Gordon: London. 

Grace Gordon makes each handbag with British leather and solid brass hardware with the form and functionality necessary for the modern woman.

Katherine Hooker: London. @katherinehooker 

Katherine Hooker creates endless combinations of fabrics, trims and buttons in her collection of tailored coats handmade in their London workshop. In recent years the brand has expanded to create jackets, dresses, coats and more.

Koro Kimono: London. @KoroKimono

Koro Kimono have created a unique range of Japanese inspired clothing using African fabrics in the heart of London.

Lauren Shanley: London. @Laurenshanley1

Lauren Shanley decribes herself as a ‘self taught artist working with cloth’. Her use of recyled matierials and interesting embellishments leads to unique and bold pieces of clothing, great for a statement wardrobe.

Le Kilt: London 

Samantha McCoach creates kilts with the aim of building upon her family’s kilt making heritage, re-appropriating her grandmother’s traditional Scottish tailoring to fit into a modern wardrobe.

Lily and Lionel: London. @LilyandLionel

Famous for their innovative digital prints, ranging from floral to leopard, Lily and Lionel offer boutique scarfs and other unique women’s clothing.

Loquet London: London. @LoquetLondon

In June 2013 Sheherazade Goldsmith and Laura Bailey teamed up to create Loquet London. The brand create beautiful lockets with a choice of chain, loquet and charm so that you can create your perfect piece of jewellery. They have since branched out into earrings, rings and bracelets to complete your Loquet London collection.

Matilda & Quinn: London. @matildaandquinn

Focused on giving each garment a perfect silhouette, Matilda & Quinn create quality dresses without breaking your bank account.

Nancy Dee: London. @NancyDeeFashion

Specialising in jersey fabric, Nancy Dee produces clothing that can easily be worn in both the day and night whilst upholding a sustainable and eco-friendly ethos.

Polka Pants: London. @polkapants_

Polka Pants have noticed that despite the rise of female chefs entering the industry, most chef’s trousers remain aimed at a unisex market. Polka Pants have thus created a range of stylish, tailored trousers which are high waisted, slim-fitted and cropped at the ankle proving to be a perfect alternative to unisex options.

Rixo London: London. @rixo_london

Rixo London ensures that each garment is made with longevity in mind so that you can cherish everything you buy from one season to the next. Their prints are unique and bold, creating a stand out collectio

Rose B. Brown: London. @rosebbrown

A collection of soft lambswool scarves, gloves and hats. All of Rose B. Brown lambswool is dyed and spun in Scotland and manufactured in Northern England, creating a unique and contemporary range of accessories.

Saloni: London. @SaloniiL

Drawing inspiration from her Indian heritage, Saloni celebrates bold colours and unique patterns in her designs. Her work has been worn by the likes of Emma Watson and is stocked in shops including Selfridges and Harrods, truly reflecting the high quality of the Saloni brand.

Susie Stone: London. @susiestoneltd

Susie Stone designs collections from ready to wear garments to high end. Her design portfolios show the great depth of her talent.

Una Burke: London. @UnaBurke_Design

Una Burke’s timless leather accessories are all handmade in London using the best vegetable tanned leathers and solid brass fittings from the UK and Italy.