The new Church’s sneaker in timeworn calf leather ,is an off-duty tribute to craftsmanship and style. The open lacing of this informally elegant shoe evokes the Derby aesthetic of the iconic Shannon lace-up. The subtle hand stitching on the upper and embossed Church’s logo on the tongue add a refined touch while the white rubber sole’s circular indents, inspired by the brand’s Dainite version, provide improved grip and a pragmatic finishing touch.
Style, quality and ambition live on way after the challenges and satisfactions of terms and academic achievements, setting the base for a man’s success, both in and out of the boardroom. Regardless of marks and goals, a handsome pair of Derby shoes earns major style points just like the Grafton, or Golosh brogue, with its classic rounded toe, perforated and gimped edges and a winged cap. A labor-intensive exercise enhanced by an exclusive polished binder that further sets off its deep and lush shine.
Worn under traditional of suits or new-generation sportswear, each pair caters to men who appreciate the finer details in life.
From the longest of times, high-profile English colleges represent the quintessence of cultural heritage, one also associated with a precise look. Lessons of style where tradition and trendiness meld with an innate elegance and off-kilter effortlessness. Always interpreted with a contemporary twist to a unique effect, generation after generation.
Regardless of one’s fashion inclinations, the Shannon with its exquisite clean-cut Derby line fits under anything with a rakish formality and timeless appeal. Originally designed for sportier purposes, it is crafted from a single and flawless piece of leather that makes it extremely precious yet very versatile.