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Made for Gentlemen by Tim Little

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The stylish gentlemen may be familiar with the name of Tim Little, the famous British designer and shoemaker who has intelligent skills of luxury shoemaking. For more than 20 years, his flair has been representing his success in every step of the gentlemen who own the shoe with Tim's signature. 

The origin of his legendary and proven skill started in 1997, when he operated his first store on Kings Road in Chelsea. The unique design in the creation of Classic British leather shoemaking with outstanding pattern, modern twist of styling detail, materials and colours, made Tim Little's collection earning overwhelming responses. Over the years, his collections were sold in Harrods, Selfridges, Barneys, Saks and many other stores around the world.

Tim has made shoes for a number of world's famous feet like Sir Elton John, Robbie Williams, Rod Stewart and one of them is his favorite John Lee Hooker, Blues singer and song writer. As a huge blues fan, Tim named all his shoes after Blues songs such as "Whisky and Women", "a Nickel and a Nail" and "40 days and 40 nights". His innovative ideas have driven him to another role. He has also designed shoes and collaborated with other brands: Tods, Dunhill, DAKS, Rag and Bone, Gieves & Hawkes, to name a few.

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