POSTS USING TAG 'shoes'

Round the corner from us just off Old Bond Street in the Royal Arcade, is our favourite shoemakers G.J. Cleverley.The bespoke shoemakers was set up in 1958 by Mr. George Cleverley after having al... Read More
The term espadrille is French and comes from the word in the Occitan language, which originates from “espardenya” in Catalan.  In Catalan is meant a type of shoes made with “esp... Read More

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Earlier this year when Mr Hitchcock was on holiday he asked me to look after his customers when they came in, trying the jackets on and doing a few fittings, both forwards and finishes. That seemed to... Read More
On Thursday I will be displaying my work to qualify for my Savile Row Bespoke diploma; in order to gain my SRB diploma I will have to prove that I can make a jacket from start to finish.Two Savile Row... Read More
With the British summer coming to a close, we here at Anderson & Sheppard are looking forward to the onset of autumn. With the bright coloured linens and cottons that we have seen go through the makin... Read More
Our team have started work on a smoking jacket and trousers for Jimmy Beaumont of The Beaumont Hotel. London Craft Week 3rd to 7th May, is an annual showcase of the best of British creativity and... Read More