A new heyday for British-made fashion?

01/30/2013 | Guardian (London), The

Traditional British brands including Mulberry and Burberry still make some of their products in the UK, but the revitalization of the country's fashion manufacturing base is coming from smaller, more unexpected sources. Mary Portas created a UK-made lingerie brand in an empty factory, providing jobs and skills for formerly unemployed workers; David Hieatt revitalized a small town's abandoned jeans factory with a new made-in-the-UK brand.

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