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New seasonal styles

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New seasonal styles

Spring has finally arrived and, with it, a wide variety of new models, from elegant dress shoes to relaxed slip-ons. 

Read more to discover the Cromer, Rochester, Moorgate, Ventnor and Harrow.

The Rochester is a shoe designed in the 1980s by legendary shoe designer and one-time Edward Green owner, John Hlustik. With its combination of calfskins and tone-on-tone suedes, the Rochester is a playful and original choice. 

The Moorgate is a new plain-toe city derby, borrowing the Chelsea’s unmistakeable swan’s neck facing stitch pattern.

Both the Berkeley punched cap-toe and Westminster double-monk have been re-introduced on the elegant 82 last.

There are plenty of more casual options too - ideal now that so many of us are working from home. The soft comfort of an unlined shoe can be a particular pleasure  - the Cromer is a new unlined tasseled loafer, available in mink, mole and nutmeg. The Ventnor is another new light unlined penny loafer, both join the Islington and Duke. And the original unlined loafer - the Harrow, King George V's preferred house shoe - is now back, available as a stocked style.

For those of you preferring a more classic shoe construction - both Piccadilly and Belgravia are now available in snuff suede, as well as a wide range of core colours including the Piccadilly in black and dark brown London Grain. 

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