While most of the venerable names in British shoe making like Crockett & Jones and John Lobb have been around since the second half of the nineteenth century, Gaziano & Girling, with just over a decade under its belt, have… Continue Reading
Dressing well can be expensive, so when we were presented with the opportunity to give two of our readers a $100 gift card for East Dane, we were on board. All you have to do is take a look at… Continue Reading
While we may immediately reach for our Chuck Taylor All Stars or Stan Smith sneakers when we start wearing shorts in the warmer months, consider these newly arrived suede low-top slip-on sneakers from Sid Mashburn to add some polish to… Continue Reading
Celebrate the art and craftsmanship of shoemaking with a visit to the new Joseph Cheaney location on Henrietta Street in Covent Garden.
Picture yourself this Christmas season in your favorite armchair, the room lit only by the light of a crackling fire as you sip that
With all the talk of British and American boots, sometimes other worthy brands of equal merit get overlooked. One such brand is Viberg.
Let’s put aside ‘serious’ shoes for a moment and consider the casual trainer that we all have more than a few pairs of. In this case we are looking at the Adidas Originals series
For those of you looking for for a contemporary re-interpretation of the classic 60’s tennis shoe, check out the Epaulet tennis trainer.
We love a good cross branding partnership and this one is worth taking note of. Two great English companies Cheaney shoes and Private White V.C. introduce the Eden dark walnut grain leather boot.
Sometimes our footwear choices can be a bit unbalanced, too much of one type and not enough of another. This list of seven essentials covers it all from formal to casual so you will never find yourself without the most… Continue Reading