REWORKED REMADE REWORN

MADE IN UK

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collage of uk factories and makers

Made in the UK

Everything is made in the UK. Without compromise.

With a passion for handcrafted items and individuality.

A love of UK factories. Making locally for our community

of like-minded creatives and makers. Sustainable & beautiful

clothes without compromise. Ethically Remade in the UK.

We value British-made clothing and believe that the UK’s reputation for high-quality apparel is worth protecting. As such, our entire product line is manufactured in the UK supporting small businesses and keeping crafts and skills alive. We do not outsource any of our manufacturing processes. We work with a small female owned factory in Hampshire who have been making fo over 30 years. Julie and Lorraine are amazing and help us with small batch production. This not only reduces airmiles but supports local makers and factories.

clothes rail in our Winchester studio

Our studio

Based in Winchester, Hampshire. We'd love you to come and visit - please contact us to arrange and appointment.

We make the majority of our collection to order and cut it with care to minimise fabric waste. We hope to create the vintage of the future with made to order, which promotes quality, well-made pieces, and a love of well-made things. We are so proud of our making process that we number and sign every piece. We think it's worth the wait even if it means having to wait a little longer. Please allow 10-12 days for your order to be made.

sign of i made your clothes

Made-to-order is better for people and the planet. We make this way because it reconnects us with the true value of the skill of the maker. It helps us understand the process and time it takes to create one garment and therefore its value. Creating the vintage of the future.

Our first dress

The Ella Dress. Made in UK.

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Made-to-order clothing is more sustainable. Nearly all our remade pieces are from limited fabric stock, which means they are exclusive and not mass market. Most importantly, using textiles already in circulation keeps them out of landfills. It could be brand leftovers or textile mill overruns, also called deadstock. Or preloved or vintage textiles.

Made in the UK

Our first dress being shirred at Rosamanda Pleaters, London.