Herring Shoes is the shoe of choice for this year’s X Factor. This week our Herring Canterbury was featured on lovable Scouse Chris Maloney’s Saturday night performance. The Canterbury is a stylish chukka boot made in a variety of suede colours. The boot is fully leather lined and has a full leather insole. Natural edge and a caramel rubber sole. Scroll down for a backstage image of Chris Maloney preparing to go on stage and also a tweet from his stylist…
Now becoming one of Herring Shoes’ biggest fans, Jahmene Douglas graced the red carpet Monday 29th October, at the Daily Mirror’s renowned Pride Of Britain Awards. The awards ceremony celebrates and honours Britons who have acted courageously or extraordinarily in challenging situations, a star studded bash in which money is raised for a variety of worthy causes. The awards are televised by ITV, and hosted by Carol Vorderman. Jahmene look sartorially styled at the awards, with the Herring Aston adding the true red carpet touch.
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This weekend’s X Factor saw viewer’s favourite Jahmene Douglas opt for the classic Herring ‘Jekyll‘ during his showstopping performance of Dionna Warwick’s renowned hit ‘I say a little prayer’. Saturday night’s X Factor show reached an 8.6 million figure audience on average, with Jahmene being an audience favourite and his style being at the forefront of many a gentleman’s conversation. The Herring Jekyll is a two-tone Spectator brogue made from the finest chestnut burnished black calf and white caviar grain leather, complete with a full leather lining and insole. This is topped of with a sleek bevelled edge to the sole for added refinement on top of Jahmene’s already elegant sartorial style.