Masters of the centuries-old handsewn craft making bespoke shoes to commission; designing men's ready to wear shoes; and training shoe making enthusiasts from around the world in our craft.
Carréducker are bespoke shoemakers who bring a distinct, contemporary aesthetic to their handsewn footwear.
Traditionally apprenticed, Deborah Carré and James Ducker, have a mastery of the shoe making crafts that together comprise the world famous ‘West End’ bespoke shoe.
They make shoes and boots for private individuals - focusing on design, comfort and style - by appointment at the world renowned tailor Gieves & Hawkes on Savile Row, where they run the bespoke shoe making department.
They also work with small, artisanal British manufacturers to produce Carréducker London, their ready to wear shoe collection available to buy online.
Keen to share their expertise, their Carréducker Shoe Making School in London and New York offers shoe making, closing and pattern making courses for beginners and experienced alike.
Carréducker is proud to be part of the permanent exhibition Designer Maker User at the new Design Museum in London.