Rupert Sanderson

In one of our favourite examples of going back to the drawing board, in 1999, shoe designer Rupert Sanderson left a twelve-year career in advertising to study at East London’s renowned Cordwainers College, before going to Italy to work at Sergio Rossi and Bruno Magli. With a design philosophy of “less is more”, Sanderson’s creations are made using the finest leathers and materials, and (we think you’ll like this bit) each style is named after a daffodil.

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