Every garment that bears our name is made in the UK. And more than that, a great many of the textiles that they are made from are made here too. In fact, some of the clothes we make can trace every step, from raw material to finished garment, to UK factories. 

We feel great pride knowing that we work with the best manufacturers, and support thousands of skilled jobs, and we hope you feel some of that pride every time you wear some of our clothes.

This map shows the locations of the factories we are currently working with. Many of them we have been working with since the launch of Community Clothing, some we are working with now to develop and test products that we hope will be launched in the near future.


The Telegraph: The end of fast fashion? The man bringing high quality basics back
Creative Review: Patrick Grant’s Community Clothing project
Creative Review: Clothes maketh the man – how our Fashion Issue cover was made
GQ Magazine: Patrick Grant brings you British-made menswear that won't break the bank
GQ Magazine: 15 best new menswear items in the world this week
GQ Magazine: Savile Row’s Patrick Grant aims to save the British textile industry
Esquire: Patrick Grant Needs Your Help to Save The British Textile Industry
Tank Magazine: A thing of beauty and permanence in an age of transience
Radio 4: Community Clothing The new idea to support British clothes manufacturing.
Hole & Corner: A Factory Sampler: how to make Brexit work
The Guardian: Feeling green: the brands bringing social consciousness into fashion
Patrick Grant Creates E-commerce Site for Community Clothing Brand
Forbes: How This Young Fashion Startup Is Transforming British Manufacturing
The Guardian: British manufacturing: back in fashion