You've missed a couple. Oliver Spencer comes immediately to mind. Thanks - I tend to think of his more tailored garments, but good call. D.S. Dundee is an interesting brand, as they have a mix of tailoring and formal elements as well: http://the189.com/style/fashion/d-s-...tion-lookbook/ Again I'd forgetten they do the less formal wear. Folk, Garbstore, Inverallan? Folk & Garbstore were silly ommisions. I left out Inverallan because it's pretty much unavailable, although Zissou's thread is worrying my bank manager. north sea clothing, aero leather Yes - hopefully north sea clothing will expand their range a bit. Not familiar with aero leather - will look them up. I find myself interested in British heritage brands these days more than anything else. As my infatuation with Nigel Cabourn seems to be waning, I've like what I've seen from Universal Works. It all looks fairly simply designed, but seems to be well made from interesting materials (all in the UK?). Can we lump Ireland in on this thread? If so, I vote for Inis Meain. Their knitwear is fantastic. I'm looking to update my casual wardrobe - my MC wear tends to be very British and I like using smaller local companies. I don't know whether all of Universal Works clothing is made in the UK, if not the majority is. A Waddington body warmer arrived today and quality seems very good. I like Nigel Cabourn's work (I don't regret either of my purchase), and can't fault the quality but his prices are too rich for more than the odd key piece. Ireland is geographically in the British Isles so why not. Any Guernsey/Jersey/Isle of Man recommendations?