George Cleverley: Never Standing Still
Traditional British shoemaker George Cleverley continue to adapt their ready-to-wear line, with refreshing contemporary styles blended in with new iterations of their iconic models. Photograph by Jordan McGibney.
Lopez by John Lobb
The iconic loafer by John Lobb. First introduced in 1950, it features a neat saddle and a hand stitched apron, remaining a favourite through the generations due to its timeless style and impeccable quality of construction.
The Rake's Guide To Loafers
Read about the origins of the iconic loafer, and explore our selection from some of the world's finest brands, including John Lobb, Baudoin & Lange, George Cleverley, Edward Green and many more.
Tricker's: England's Oldest Shoemaker | The Rake
Known for welted country shoes, Tricker’s is a family-owned shoemaker founded in 1829. With a wide range of clientele, from the genteel estate owner to the edgy creative, it’s become appreciated by all for its quintessentially British quality.