Jaeger looks to make more of its clothes in Europe

British fashion brand Jaeger stopped making clothes in the UK altogether about 15 years ago, but now it aims to bring as much as 10% of its production back home from Asia, and will also look to source more merchandise from Turkey, Italy and Portugal, said CEO Colin Henry. Jaeger aims to recruit UK companies for its men's tailoring, knitwear and accessories, he said, to improve product quality and get new goods on the shelves more quickly.

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