Just as 90% of all English shoes come from half a dozen or so factories, so some 90% of all English shirts come also from half a dozen factories (just different ones). Neither Aquascutum nor Thomas Pink make their own shirts. Aquascutum produces suits and raincoats, their shirts were made (and probably still are) by Stephens Brothers in Ireland; they make shirts under hundreds of different labels as well as Stephens Brothers. Thomas Pink is a retailer; it is a new-ish outlet (maybe 15 or 20 years old), giving itself all the airs and graces as if it had been established for ages. I don't know who makes Thomas Pink shirts, but it could be Stephens Brothers as well. Hopefully shirts in this price range don't come from the third world, but it is possible. According to European legislation, you can give as Country of Origin the last place where a "significant" production step was taken. If the whole shirt comes from Hong Kong, but the buttonholes are cut and the buttons stitched on in England, than you are entitled to call it "Made in England". Part-finished products with the final assembly taken in Europe are very common. A loophole Marks and Spencer have exploited for years, until they were found out in a television documentary.