The Church family tree can be traced back as early as 1617 when Anthony Church, the company founder’s great grandfather, was born in Northampton, a town that has been renowned for its thriving leather and footwear industry since Cromwellian times. The skills and mantle of Master Cordwainer were passed down from generation to generation, all the way to Stone’s great-grandson, Thomas, who would establish the world-renowned eponymous brand nearly two centuries later.
The business is now thriving and produces the world’s best formal shoes. It has 50 stores across central and northern Europe, America, Hong Kong, China, Singapore and Japan. 70% of Church’s shoes are exported from the U.K. to the wider world.
We would recommend a pair of Church’s as an investment to last 10 years+ and work to bring you exclusive offers and new product releases.