Edward Green shoes are handmade in their Northampton workshop that was set up in 1890. Some of their early customers included Ernest Hemingway and Edward, Duke of Windsor. When I popped in to their shop on Jermyn Street, London, I had the most wonderful time as they described how they make and care for their shoes. It was a great privilege to produce two illustrations for their catalogue. The first accompanied a piece on how to care for your Edward Green shoes, and the second described a custom order, hinting at the experience of buying a pair of bespoke shoes. It was a real pleasure to see such meticulous detail and craftsmanship that has been handed down from generation to generation. Kind of made me want to be a shoemaker!