George Cox Footwear, pioneers of the original Brothel Creeper, have teamed up with Red or Dead to release the Mr Cox collection: a seriously limited edition run of three unique gents styles. Taking inspiration from both brands’ archives the collection consists of an oxblood tassled loafer, a pared back Teddy Boy brogue and a beige suede desert boot, all with an iconic creeper sole. The styles are exclusive to schuh and with only 24 pairs of each available, we suggest you get a pair immediately.

About George Cox

George James Cox established the company in 1906 in Northamptonshire, England, home of the finest shoemakers in the world. In 1949 the company pioneered its signature product, the ‘brothel creeper’, a style which is recognised the world over as an underground icon. Combining handcrafted production techniques and a flexible approach to design, the company’s range is unique and special, quite different from the mass produced uniformity of the High Street.

 

About Red or Dead

Wayne & Gerardine Hemingway founded Red or Dead in 1982. Initially selling vintage clothing from a stall on Camden Market before moving onto their first branded footwear and clothing collections. The brand gained a reputation for creating some of the best British design, thanks to classics like the ‘Watch Shoe’ from 1987 and 1989’s ‘Space Baby’ collection. Red or Dead has won the British Fashion Council’s Streetstyle designer of the year award three times and has become synonymous with the best of British design.