Stuarts London

27/08/2021
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A Guide to Paraboot at Stuarts London

hey’ve been around for over 100 years specialising in shoes hand-crafted in France and have over the years built their reputation for premium quality and a dedicated swathe of followers who want something that goes beyond run-of-the-mill footwear.

23/08/2021
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Pendleton: Traditional Indigenous Design & Artistry

The Pendleton brand is rich with heritage, history and pure craftsmanship at its best. It all began in 1863 when a young English weaver named Thomas Kay decided he wanted to produce his own wool in the USA. With no suitable land of his own, Kay set sail down the Atlantic seaboard and up the Pacific coast in search of the ideal location. After four-months at sea, Kay stopped in America’s newest state, Oregon. Upon settling, Kay built his own family-operated mill, teaching and eventually passing on the business to... Read More

19/08/2021
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The On Running Cloudnova: Performance + Comfort

The Cloudnova is On Running’s latest innovation in cutting-edge running footwear. Treading the line between professional running shoes and everyday comfort – the Cloudnova is a popular option in the On Running lineup. We’ve just got our hands on the latest version in four new colourways. Let’s take a closer look at the design of the shoe. Tech CloudTec® The Cloudnova combines two of On Running’s patented technologies developed by the company themselves. The first being their groundbreaking CloudTec® integrated into the outsole giving a cushioned landing and an explosive... Read More

09/08/2021

VEJA BRAND AND SHOPPING GUIDE

Born out of a need for a more sustainable approach to footwear, VEJA have gone from strength to strength. Known for their minimally styled silhouettes, the shoes have been a major hit thanks to their versatility and timeless designs. VEJA continues to grow in popularity thanks to their quality footwear. We’ve therefore decided to put together a short guide covering everything you need to know about this exciting footwear brand.

04/08/2021
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G.H.BASS & CO. FOR MAHARISHI

As one of the first British-born streetwear brands Maharishi championed hip-hop and utility wear to create a distinct look in the 90s. Launching in 2021 our classic Weejuns loafers will be realised in Maharishi’s iconic Camo print, artfully embossed in the classic Moc leather. The shoes bear the hallmarks of Bass's classic design design, crafted in a beautifully smart polished leather and hand-stitched using a tubular moccasin constructions with a clean, smart penny cut out on the bridge.

03/08/2021
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Sergio Tacchini, Timeless Icons

Sergio Tacchini will forever be an iconic brand – the logo alone brings you a sense of nostalgia along with the appreciation of the design, quality and style. The heritage athletics brand has long represented authenticity, craftmanship and classic design. Founded in 1966 by the Tennis champion Tacchini himself, the brand soon propelled into the spot light and their bold colour choice only set them apart from other brands that all followed an all white aesthetic for traditional sportswear.

28/07/2021

The Story of The Fred Perry M3 and M12 polos

It all began with a cotton spinner's son, Fred Perry. Little did the family know, Fred would go on to become the world table tennis champion at just nineteen years old and then would later switch to take on the world of field tennis. After the big switch, he also developed that famous killer forehand which would win him Wimbledon three times… Even though red’s contribution to UK tennis was undeniable, he was never fully accepted within the Tennis world.. This was due to his unprivileged and working class background. However, soon his contribution and wins could simply not be denied. By 84’, a statue of Fred Perry was unveiled in the heart of Wimbledon - this statue was there to highlight his trailblazing nature whilst paying respect to a champion.

26/07/2021
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PUMA Archives: The Palermo OG

Thanks to the unprecedented access given to the archive, PUMA are now are able to create intricate digital scans of each item with the original on hand re-creating each piece down to the tiniest detail. Throughout the archive there were a few shoes that were a big deal back in the day which became the must-have shoes and really started an interest in rare shoes and collecting - the Palermo was one of those shoes.