Joseph Cheaney tell the story of our recent collaboration in their latest blog post.
For Autumn/Winter 2015 we have teamed up with Cherchbi a British bag maker to co-design a boot and brogue. To mark the occasion we also visited four iconic London pubs, documenting each stop with award-winning photographer Jonathan Daniel Pryce.
We visited North London’s Grafton Pub, Adam & Eve in East London, The Mayflower in South London, and last but not least, West London’s Paradise bar.
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Jay Rayner likes it, so does Rick Stein, and now we know why. If stuffing yourself with great quality local seafood is your thing then visit The Company Shed, West Mersea. Not a bad sunset for the east coast too.
A short film in which Adam offers background into Herdwick Common, Cherchbi and David Ellison's photographic collaboration. The photo book and a selection of A2 prints are now available to buy here on the website.
One of the more dramatic Herdwick vs Film Crew moments witnessed during the making of the Herdwick Common film. A huge thanks again to the Shuffle crew for their patience and professionalism. Book and film release imminent.
The Campaign for Wool's second Wool Wander visits Cumbria and picks up some of our old friends along the way. Click the link to read more on the CfW website. A big thank you to Mark Hogarth and Grey Fox.
No better way to blow away the cobwebs than a trip to the coast. In this case, Mudeford Spit, overlooking the Isle of Wight and The Needles. We tried, but conditions too choppy for the open-decked Old Town. Much fun had beach-combing and exploring the dunes.
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Anyone with even a passing interest in bicycles knows Brooks England, one of the most famous brands in cycling. The company has been manufacturing leather saddles in Birmingham since 1866. John Boultbee Brooks, a saddler by trade, became a 19th century innovator after he borrowed an early wooden-saddled bicycle and felt an opportunity.
Modern Day Pioneer. This is the very complimentary title bestowed on Adam by Henri Lloyd for his work creating Herdwyck No.10 tweed and the Cherchbi brand. He, Magnus Reid (entrepreneurial restauranteur) and James Marr (cycling innovator) were selected by the brand to promote their Black Label relaunch this year.