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from the world of Cordings

The Chap Magazine and Cordings

On a sunny October morning, Gustav Temple the editor of The Chap magazine, along with David Evans the renowned menswear blogger popped into Piccadilly to look through the Autumn collection, try on some outfits and take some rather splendid photographs.   It was a treat to discuss the delights of Donegal and Shetland with such … Continued

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Dukes X Cordings Collaboration Boot: An Interview with Daisy Duke

We are very excited to announce our collaboration Chelsea Boot with Dukes Boots, handmade leather boots, designed in Britain and handcrafted in Spain. Working with the Cordings design team, they have created a bespoke Chelsea boot crafted in black or tan suede with an exclusive Cordings coloured pull tab. These boots can be embossed with … Continued

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When Clapton met Cordings

It took a certain type of entrepreneur to step in when a shop as unique and special as Cordings was in need of support. Someone with a passion for clothing, an eye for detail and an understanding of the importance of preserving British heritage. Step forward Eric Clapton. Aware of the country clothing store in … Continued

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Tim Brice: Dapper Chap

Q: How long have you worked at Cordings? A: I’ve been the general manager at Cordings for one and a half years now; I’m also currently studying a Masters in Maths. Q: What is your most memorable Cordings moment since working here? A: Apart from not recognising Sir Daniel Day Lewis in the shop last … Continued

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Jake Eastham: Photographer

Jake Eastham is one of the UK’s best known country photographers, and his work encompasses still life, fashion, wildlife and landscape. We caught up with him last week and grilled him on what makes his images so special. Cordings: Your love of the countryside and its traditions inspires and informs your work. Where did this … Continued

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BADMINTON DIARY with HARRY MEADE

August 2013 must feel like a distant memory for Harry Meade. At that point his future as a World Class Event Rider hung in the balance, as he had to contemplate the very real prospect of not being able to ride again, let alone compete. His recovery to full health, after a fall that left … Continued

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Dressing for the peg. Jonathan Young: The Field

Jonathan Young – Editor of The Field magazine, has been on every type of shoot day imaginable, so who better to give advice on what to wear on a day in the field? Although chained under the tightest security, having narrowly escaped an ASBO order, my favourite set of tweeds is totally bespoke, the plus … Continued

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Frank Boddy: Ripley Castle

For the novice gun, what to wear on a shoot can be a daunting prospect, with much margin for costly errors. Feeling ill dressed can take the edge of what should be a wonderful day. Cordings posed this question (and a few others) to a gentleman who should know the answer: Frank Boddy. Frank has … Continued

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