Thomas Mahon of English Cut recommended Pola Cashman's White Shirt Company to us. "Lola Cashman is a little fanatical about the virtues of a crisp, beautifully made white shirt."
This is something I like - business crafts that affect lives for the better. In this case the lives are in Egypt, Italy and Britain.
The White Shirt Company unites the best traditions of British trade and excellence - long graded Egyptian cotton, weaving mills in Italy and superb shirts made in Britain by craftsmen "who keep alive the skills and techniques that for over three centuries have made London's Jermyn Street a byword for quality shirt making".
The egalitarian aspects of the British black suit are mentioned here.