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The retrieval of a European craftsman tradition and a typically British atmosphere permeate the new collection designed by Jeffery~West; a collection where contemporary art becomes a source of suggestive inspiration. The English brand turns into experimentation and takes back to a theme so dear to Warhol: serial reproductions. This is why the original ankle-half-boots are characterised by sinuous and tapered lines as well as sequential prints of faces and icons (borrowed from pop art). Sober lines are also featued in the designs - fused with trendy connotations for the most traditional models, and developed with precious leathers; made even more precious by their decorative details and fretwork.
Jeffery-West are to be found in several important museum collections, those include: Victoria and Albert Museum, London; The National Boot and Shoe Museum, Northampton; The Museum of Costume, Bath, and The Royal Shakespeare Theatre Collection, Stratford-upon-Avon, as well as many other private collections across the globe. Jeffery-West footwear have also been featured in many films, to list a few: "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets" (2002); "The Boat That Rocks" (2009); "Snatch" (2000); "Cuban Fury" (2014); "The Counselor" (2013); "Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels" (1998), Dom Hemingway" (2013); "The Equaliser" (2014), and the Bond film "Skyfall" (2012).
A letter from the founders Mark Jeffery and Guy West - on the 30th anniversary of Jeffery-West shoes.
A huge thank you to our customers, our friends, who helped Jeffery-West celebrate the ''Dark Heart of the Beau Monde' under the approving/disapproving gaze of Mr. Brummel from his lofty Jermyn Street vantage point.
A selection of the photographs from our Libertine Exhibition held at the amazing Coya Mayfair, 118 Piccadilly.
"Snake-hipped, skinny, Jeffery~West Rochester ‘Terence’ Skull Spat Boots, are imbued with three centuries of English libertinism..."
"Licentiousness and lycanthropy walk hand in claw with Jeffery~West’s Rochester Boot ‘Wolverine’..."
If Jeffery-West did cricketing gear, it would probably be the most darkest and decadent collection in the world...