What do London pubs and footwear have in common?
Nothing, unless Cheaney and Cherchbi are involved. The former, a British footwear brand, and the latter, an equally British bag maker recently teamed up to co-design a boot and brogue. To mark the occasion they also visited four iconic London pubs, documenting each stop with award-winning photographer Jonathan Daniel Pryce.
As for the actual shoes, both are available in two colorways: burnished gray or walnut grain. Each also features Cherchbi’s recognizable “Herdwyck no. 10 tweed,” and are painstakingly made in Cheaney’s factory in Northamptonshire. The boot will retail for $615 while the brogue will go for a slightly less pricy $599 (both prices include duty and taxes).
Scroll through the gallery above to see the shoes in North London’s Grafton Pub, Adam & Even in East London, The Mayflower in South London, and last but not least, West London’s Paradise bar.