Emma Willis founded her shirt making business in 1989. She has had a shop on London’s famous Jermyn Street for over twenty years and all of her bespoke and ready to wear shirts are made in England.
The Emma Willis Factory in Gloucestershire has a team of dedicated seamstresses and cutters and she runs a successful apprenticeship programme which is helping to develop the next generation of shirtmakers.
In this interview Emma tells the story of how her shirt business came about, and how she has seen the shirt making industry change over the last two decades.
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