Church's

Church's

Church’s is a great British and Italian success story; the company is known for its beautiful and endlessy resoleable shoes; each new pair is created using the world’s finest manufacturing processes – the Goodyear method – and it takes up to eight weeks and more than 250 manual steps to craft a single pair.

Founded in 1873 by Thomas Church, a third-generation shoemaker from Northampton, who had a series of now-obvious, then-innovative ideas such as the revolutionary concept of right and left shoes in the “Adaptable” model, advertised to be available in a variety of widths, materials and unheard-of half sizes, the company was bestowed by Queen Elizabeth II with the prestigious Queen’s Award to Industry.

After Prada purchased the company in 1999, the label’s quintessential English identity has been combined with the introduction of contemporary and seasonal styles alongside the more traditional brogues, Oxford, Derby, monk, desert boots offering.

The UK via Italy brand presents the new A/W 16 collection which includes Burwood lace-up shoes with brogue and serrated detailing and classic men's Hertford breathable leather loafer in must-have colours and Tunbridge penny loafer.