Let’s hope Glasgow Junior is ready to get his hands dirty and is willing to learn all aspects of shoemaking, even work in other firms to get a feel for the differences (and similarities), and is not just a handsome face in a nice suit. Well, Glasgow Senior has come a long way in terms of appearance. When I first met him, he was quite disheveled and there was no nice suit ... well ... except for mine. Had the firm (it was still N&L at the time) not had such a fine reputation, I'd have run for the hills ... although I realize that significant ones can be difficult to find in England. And I'll never forget what I call the Glasgow Glance. It occurs as you meet face to face. The eyes ... while focused on your face ... take an almost but not quite imperceptible glance downward ... so as to take in your shoes. Where that not obvious enough ... the first question after meeting would make it so. Brooks Brothers Peals? That said ... I liked George Senior from the get-go. I do not know Junior ... well ... not yet.