Church’s began as a humble workshop in 1873 and these black Coleen loafers demonstrate its shoe-making expertise. They’re crafted in Italy from polished leather embellished with tonal studs along the toe box, heel and tassels, then finished with a stacked heel. Complete a sophisticated edit by wearing them with tailored separates.
Stone Church, aptly named as the rock upon which Church’s was founded, was born in 1675 and trained as a cordwainer and master shoemaker. His skills were passed down to his greatgrandson Thomas who opened a small factory with his sons and his wife Eliza in Northampton, on 1st May 1873. Northampton is a town not far from London with a history in shoemaking dating back to Cromwellian times. In the space of a few years, Church’s was transformed from a craft workshop into a benchmark firm for high-quality footwear, both locally and for the most demanding shoe shops in London and elsewhere in Europe.
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