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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I joined Anderson & Sheppard as a client consultant - the front of house - a few months ago. One of the first things you have to get your head around is how the ordering and administrat... Read More
The British are always so quick to complain. If it’s too cold, it’s too cold. If it’s too hot, it’s too hot. It seems we’re never happy. The Cool Wool bunch from Scabal i... Read More
This is an unusual double-breasted jacket in a shetland tweed. It is a medium blue with a dark blue windowpane check. Nice to show the pattern matching across the ticket and hip pockets Read More
I wrote recently about taking on my first customer at Anderson & Sheppard and creating his pattern. The first fitting with him – the next stage in the bespoke process – took place a couple... Read More
We mentioned in a previous post that Anderson & Sheppard dressed Bryan Ferry for his current tour, and he kindly invited us along to the concert in London.Following the discussion on that post of the ... Read More