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post #271 of 1064
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Been away for a while, F&S, great looking shoes.  Coming back to the MTO, what do you guys think of a 337 version of the Fawleys? Basically this shoe without the heel counter

 

 

F&S, would this be possible?

 

barky, we can certainly look at this. Was it the toe shape that appealed more? Foster & Son

post #272 of 1064
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Just a thought. We hadn't introduced our retail staff, though many will have met them at 83 Jermyn St.

 

From left to right: Andy Murphy, who has recently joined us from GJ Cleverley as Retail Manager. Gerry Holtz, Managing Director and George Wakeford who many of you already know from our Edward Green special offers. Next time you're in London, pop in for a chat.

 

 

Handsome chaps!

 

Foster & Son

post #273 of 1064
How about some Cuffed Trousers to go with those beautiful Shoes?....smile.gif
post #274 of 1064
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How about some Cuffed Trousers to go with those beautiful Shoes?....smile.gif

earthdragon, you mean the faded Fawley's?

post #275 of 1064
I think he means the ones you three are wearing in the picture. I hope they are Fosters!
post #276 of 1064
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culverwood, they are! I'd originally thought of wearing a POW DB suit with a 1.5 inch cuff to Goodwood. My thinking was that I should pair the suit with black and white semi-brogue Adelaide spectators, but the faded shoes may be better. Suit should be ready in six-eight weeks so perhaps I'll post some suit and shoe pictures. Foster & Son

post #277 of 1064

George has been a delight to liaise with. Anyone giving F&S a call, ask to speak to George!

post #278 of 1064

On my recent visit I spoke with both George and Gerry.  Very pleasant and helpful especially since I left the first time without purchasing anything.  I rectified that the next day :).

 

Unfortunately did not have the pleasure of meeting Andy but if he is as knowledgeable and welcoming as George and Gerry it would be hard to beat them.  Now I just wish I had an Imelda Marcos shoe budget!!

 

Beau

 

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Originally Posted by FosterandSon View Post
 

Just a thought. We hadn't introduced our retail staff, though many will have met them at 83 Jermyn St.

 

From left to right: Andy Murphy, who has recently joined us from GJ Cleverley as Retail Manager. Gerry Holtz, Managing Director and George Wakeford who many of you already know from our Edward Green special offers. Next time you're in London, pop in for a chat.

 

 

 

Handsome chaps!

 

Foster & Son

post #279 of 1064
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beaur, we sympathise!

post #280 of 1064
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Jermyn Street photographs

 

Many of you will have spent long hours in Jermyn Street looking at and buying shoes. We thought that for those who had never been it might be interesting to see the shop fronts of all the quality shoe shops on the street and one or two that were close enough to qualify, being in either Piccadilly or Princes Arcade.

 

Trickers no 67

 

JM Weston no 60

 

Edward Green no 75

 

New and Lingwood no 53

 

Cheaney no 4 Piccadilly Arcade

 

Barker no 38

 

Loake 8-10 Princes Arcade

 

Crockett and Jones no 92

 

John Lobb no 88

 

Churchs no 110

 

and our very own lovely shop at no 83

 

If you'd like to see more of Jermyn Street please let us know.

 

Foster & Son

post #281 of 1064

Great photos especially for us overseas, and we would love to see more - thanks for keeping up the input on this thread.

post #282 of 1064
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Great photos especially for us overseas, and we would love to see more - thanks for keeping up the input on this thread.

 

daizawaguy, our pleasure. We'd be happy to photograph some of the local sights, certainly the pubs might be interesting (and great places to relax after some serious shoe shopping). Foster & Son

post #283 of 1064

Really enjoyed the Jermyn Street pics.

post #284 of 1064
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Really enjoyed the Jermyn Street pics.

 

RogerP, our pleasure. We'll take some more tomorrow and post on the weekend. I take it that showing some of the interesting pubs might be an idea? Foster & Son

post #285 of 1064
This is a website giving streetviews of various London shopping streets in this case Jermyn St http://www.streetsensation.co.uk/stjames/jer_nth1.htm

Perhaps under John Bray It should say "closing down since 1978" and for Lewin "sale on for 364 days a year"
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