Church Footwear: sophisticated English elegance made in le Marche, Italy | Le Marche & Fashion | Scoop.it

The Church’s brand was founded in 1873 in Northampton, England by Thomas Church and his three sons, based on family experience in the production of handmade men’s shoes since 1675. In 1965 Church’s received the prestigious Queen’s Award for Exports from Queen Elizabeth II. Church’s remains a recognized leader in the men’s handmade luxury footwear industry and the majority shareholding of the company belongs to the Prada group that has moved the production in the world capital of Men's Shoes: Montegranaro in Le Marche Region of Italy.

Prada, did not substantially changed the characteristics of Church characterized by its classical style and sophisticated English elegance based on the combination of fine leather and high-quality craftsmanship, appealing clientele who appreciate high-quality shoes with modern style and elegance.