1.Agent Provocateur

ABOUT US:-The company is known for its provocative videos. Australian actress Melissa George, English model Chloe Hayward and American model Elettra Rossellini Wiedemann appeared in a John Cameron Mitchell-directed campaign, which urged women to control their own destinies while wearing the company’s lingerie.In December 2001, company produced a controversial short film featuring Kylie Minogue riding a velvet bucking bronco while wearing the company’s underwear.

PRODUCT:-lingerie, sleepwear, hosiery, swimwear, accessories, outerwear, fragrances

ADRESS:–london, England (United Kingdom) 


2.Alexander McQueen 

ABOUT US:-Alexander McQueen first caused controversy with his Spring/Summer 1995 collection which featured his signature “bumster trousers”. At the time, the trousers were described as indecent as they barely covered the natural downward curve of the buttocks.[74] He followed this by entitling his Autumn/Winter 1995 collection Highland Rape which he explained was about the “rape” of Scotland by the English, a subject that had a personal resonance as his family is of Scottish descent.[75] The collection featured tattered dresses made of scraps of tartan and chiffon and a tampon-strewn skirt.

PRODUCT:-Womenswear mainline catwalk collections

Menswear mainline catwalk collections

ADRESS:-london, England (United Kingdom)

3.Anna Valentine

ABOUT US:-Anna Valentine designed clothes for celebrities, socialites and notably the British Royal Family and the aristocracy. The label’s biggest client is Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall. Robinson Valentine designed her wedding dress which she wore on her wedding to the Prince of Wales in 2005.[1] Other clients include Serena Armstrong-Jones

PRODUCT:-applying design, aesthetics, clothing construction and natural beauty to clothing and its accessories.

ADRESS:-merylebon, london, w1(United Kingdom)


ABOUT US:-Arckiv began as an eyewear specialist in the late 1990s, producing its own original designs but being notable for its extensive library of museum grade, antique, prototype and vintage frames, quickly becoming a renowned specialist in eyewear.[2] The company eventually moved into the design of clothing and accessories.[3] After splitting in 2010 to form two distinct companies, Arckiv became solely focused on menswear, while General Eyewear became a stand-alone company and brand formed from the continuation of the original eyewear division.



ADRESS:-london, United Kingdom

5.Cad and the Dandy

ABOUT US:-Cad and the Dandy was founded in 2008. The founders met through a supplier as both pursued a similar business idea independently, and they agreed to work together to start the company, each contributing £20,000 of initial capital.[5] Both had family connections to the tailoring industry, giving them knowledge helpful in launching the new company.

PRODUCT:-suits, coats, trousers, and similar garments, commonly of wool, linen, or silk.

ADRESS:-london, w1, United Kingdom


ABOUT US:-The idea behind Zaggora originated from Dessi Bell’s wedding preparations, when she designed a method to lose weight in a short time span.[11] She proceeded to develop several prototypes of sports pants,[12] and in 2011 she and her husband, Malcolm Bell (entrepreneur), founded Zaggora with a £25,000 investment from private savings.[13]The company generated revenues that reached £10m in their first year of trading.

PRODUCT:-clothing, sports wear, sports equipment

ADRESS:-london,united Kingdom

7.Wall Luxury Essentials Ltd

ABOUT US:-The company was founded in 1997 by Hernán and Judith de Balcázar when they opened a boutique in Notting Hill.[citation needed] In 1999 a mail order service was launched and a website the following year.[2] The company ceased to trade in 2017.

PRODUCT:-Women’s clothing and accessories

ADRESS:-london, uk

8.Thresher& Glenny

ABOUT US:-The company’s association with the Strand district of London dates back to its foundation. The original firm of bodice makers was established in 1755 near the Inns of Court. In 1724, the hosier Thomas Street began trading (no connection) next to the newly built St Mary-le-Strand, “where the maypole once o’erlooked the Strand”. His premises occupied part of a small development of three houses and an inn (the Peacock) that had first been leased in May 1703 to Thomas Lee, citizen and merchant tailor, by the ground landlord, the Duke of Dorset.[1] In 1749, John Thresher was advertising as being “at the Peacock next door to Somerset House in the Strand”.


ADRESS:-london, EC4, uk

9.Richard James

ABOUT US:-Richard James’s trademark slim, modern tailoring and bold use of colour have earned it a large celebrity following. Mark Ronson,[4] Daniel Craig,[5] David Beckham,[4] Tinie Tempah,[6] Mo Farah,[7] David Cameron,[8] P Diddy, Jude Law, Tom Cruise, Benicio del Toro, Bryan Ferry, Christian Lacroix, Sir Elton John, Hugh Grant, Manolo Blahnik, Pierce Brosnan,[9] Sir Mick Jagger and Sir Paul McCartney number amongst the company’s customers.


ADRESS:-london, uk


10.Norton& Sons

ABOUT US:-Norton &Sons  were tailors to the Gentlemen of the City of London. As the world changed, so too has Norton & Sons. For quite some time now we have also welcomed anyone desiring of the finest clothing available to them, dressing men, women and children regardless of their social standing or where they come from.  Founded by Walter Norton and originally located on the Strand, the business flourished and in 1859 then Guv’nor George James Norton was granted the Freedom of the City of London in recognition of his services to tailoring.  In the 1860’s Norton & Sons moved to Savile Row to join the ranks of tailors in what was to become the home of bespoke clothing.

PRODUCT:-applying design, aesthetics, clothing construction and natural beauty to clothing and its accessories.

ADRESS:-Savile Row, london., w1(uk)

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