Until Rose Marie Bravo took over at Burberry, the company had descended into complete chaos, lost its cachet, and the majority of the good carrying the label were made by poorly monitored licensees. Â After she took over and bought back many (I think most) the the licences, the quality and design of Burberry products has inreased greatly, in general. Â I think that HSM had the license to make "Burberrys" suits for a while.
If my memory serves me correctly, the current Burberrys incarnation "Burberry" still sells much US-made licensed clothing, such as suits and shirts made by IAG. Its subsidiaries Kenneth Gordon or Gitman Brothers make the shirts. The NYC Burberry MTM trenchcoat program has the coats made, IMMSMC, in New Jersey. Burberry and its wretched tartan have once again had their moment and the label in my opinion is again slowly sinking into a now postmodern, self-referential logo-covered anomie.