Carréducker is founded and run by by shoemakers Deborah Carré and James Ducker who met when they were both apprentices working for John Lobb.
Since they opened for business in 2004 they have built up a loyal coterie of customers across the globe as well as a bespoke shoemaking school. The brand produces their state-of-the-art bespoke shoes and a small ready-to-wear line at their workshops in Bloomsbury and at legendary Gieves & Hawkes, 1 Savile Row, London.
Carréducker does not have a standard style of shoe, but will instead design a unique shoe for every customer. Their shoe styles are classic but with a modern aesthetic, combining tweeds, linens and leather, hand stitched detailing and contemporary styling. All their shoes are made from the finest box calf, patent, cordovan or exotic leathers with English oak bark tanned leather soles and heels.
A pair of Carréducker bespoke shoes takes approximately 60 hours to complete.
London, United Kingdom