The Grafton is known as a Golosh brogue and features the classic rounded toe. The upper of this Derby shoe is composed of several parts, each perforated and gimped along the edges, and includes a perforated and gimped wing cap. The unique polished binder finish is applied to full grain leather, giving the shoes a beautiful, deep shine.
The size, fit, last, quality control number, date and style name are all written by hand on the inside of the upper in a special calligraphy, rendering each shoe truly distinctive. The thick triple sole, which includes a layer of foam for added comfort, features a storm welt with bead around the top, which helps keep water out.
Over the decades, the rules of traditional office dressing have gone from closely-followed fundamentals to a source of inspiration, one whose influence can be seen in many modern-day ensembles though often with unique twists. Suits change silhouettes and accessories take on distinctive details that add a contemporary touch to any look.
The Mr Simpson attaché case, which takes 42 hours to craft (completely by hand), features ample space and a variety of specialized pockets to hold any and all necessities for impromptu overnight business trips. The Monkton double monk strap, equipped with a Goodyear storm welt and embellished with brogueing and a polished binder finish, makes for a dapper pairing that is sure to make an impression in your profession.
Our latest campaign breathes new life into the everyday actions of the Church’s man and woman. The season’s top styles take centre stage while an elegant, abstract play on shadows provides a more intimate narrative.
A couple enjoys a romantic moment during a weekend away; a man takes a moment to sit back and relax while another steps out of work and into the weekend.
This charming series of scenes provides the perfect backdrop to the new collection of styles that fit flawlessly into any occasion.
With 58 days of detailed hand-craftsmanship dedicated to each single pair, the Crown Collection embodies Church's renowned hand-crafted virtuosity like no other.
Each style celebrates a master of British literature and poetry: true artisan wordsmiths such as Dickens, Joyce, Wilde and Defoe. Likewise, these creations are an example of the art of shoe-making expressed through impeccable, contemporary shapes and finishes.
Made with great care, the styles in this limited edition collection are the most authentic result of artisan workmanship, with brogue motifs, burnished trim, and color meticulously applied by hand.
Other distinguishing features include a 1930s-era crest and the name of the model transcribed in calligraphy on the upper of each shoe -- just a few features that render each pair a timeless keepsake.
Experience this enduring elegance and unique comfort. Schedule your private fitting at our selected boutiques.
MILAN - Via Sant’ Andrea 11
PARIS - 229 rue Saint Honore
LONDON - 133 New Bond Street
LONDON - 143 Brompton Road, Knightsbridge
LONDON - 201 Regent Street
LONDON - 28 Royal Exchange
LONDON - 110 Jermyn Street
Some creations call for absolute perfection down to the very last detail, resulting in masterpieces that mesmerize. Upon closer inspection, an object’s inherent beauty – be it from the nostalgia of a vintage pedigree or over a century of handcrafted heritage – comes clearly into focus.
The Lana double monk strap, a reflection of its male counterpart with a slimmer and more feminine silhouette, is characterized by exquisite brogueing and a medallion on the toe while a rubber-finished sole and refined polished binder finish complete the style.
Fall and Winter are famous for their unpredictable weather changes though your wardrobe need not suffer as a result. Our selection of accessories and shoes are designed and crafted for the modern-day man whose constant on-the-go status calls for durable and practical companions.
This umbrella is made from a high-grade water-repellent Polyester and is distinguished by an ultra-refined matt maple handle and engraved nickel tip cup. The lightweight Neston penny loafer makes for a perfect tone-on-tone pairing, featuring a sturdy Goodyear welt, a slim Dainite sole and an elegant polish that catches the eye.
An exceptionally crafted shoe features just the right combination of details that create a perfect harmony, both in terms of aesthetic and construction. The Burwood, a feminine reinterpretation of the eponymous men’s Oxford, is presented in an elegant two-tone version of black and eye-catching cobalt blue.
The classic lace-up is embellished with elegant brogueing, delicate gimping, a luxurious leather lining and details handwritten inside the upper, making every pair completely unique.
Our women’s collection has modern practicality down to a science. The Monmouth flat ankle boot is the ultimate everyday shoe thanks to the perfect formula of character and comfort as well as a touch of Sixties inspiration.
A grip-friendly rubber sole and elastic inserts at the sides allow you to easily pull them on and off while the high quality calfskin’s elegant matt finish and its world-renowned Goodyear construction translate to a sophisticated style that is made to last, both in terms of aesthetic and durability.
Icons of the past often come back into style (or remain so perennially) for more than just their visual appeal. The Chelsea boot, invented in the 19th century and popularized in 1950s and ‘60s London, is cherished by men and women alike for its casual character and practical versatility, ideal for even the most active of aesthetes.
The Goodward R features elastic gussets and a pull tab as well as a Goodyear construction, storm welt and Dainite rubber sole for easy wear and resistance to tear. Add in a round steel hunter flask covered in a premium leather with an elegantly embossed Church’s logo to round out your retro-inspired accessory checklist.
Elegance is ever-evolving and can be interpreted in a number of different ways though certain icons remain unchanged over time. These pieces are a starting point, the anchor of a look that keeps the aesthetic firmly in sophisticated ground.
One such icon is the Consul. Originally designed for diplomats working abroad, this lace-up, with its sleek silhouette and impeccable details, has always been one of our most popular styles. Its chameleonic qualities allow it to blend in seamlessly with varying aesthetics from ultra-classic formality to a more laid-back variety.
The Prada Group, of which Church’s is part of, reveals a new perspective of itself on csr.pradagroup.com, the website dedicated to Corporate Social Responsibility.
Stories of passion and commitment, of creativity, of respect for the places, of open dialogue with local communities, of restoration and enhancement of the artistic legacy.
A perspective heretofore unseen, whose protagonists are the skilled hands of artisans, the multifaceted expressions of culture, the reshaping of landscapes, the partners along the production chain and the people all over the world who, with us, dedicate their daily efforts to achieving excellence.