We love… The Little Shoe Maker baby shoes

August 25, 2014

We love The Little Shoe Maker baby shoes because they are handmade and are really something very special.


Sold in Fortnum and Mason

Trained both in the footwear industry and as an artist, Kevin Rowley is the creator of The Little Shoe Maker range of exquisite handmade shoes for babies and toddlers. Stocked in Piccadilly’s Fortnum & Mason , these shoes make very special new baby or christening gifts and are works of art to be treasured long after they have been outgrown.

A reputable London cobbler for many years, as well as an artist and lecturer in Fine Art, Kevin was inspired to set up The Little Shoe Maker by the birth of his daughter.

Entirely made by hand

‘There is a lack of quality handmade British baby shoes available,’ says Kevin. ‘So I decided to make my own. I set out to create a range of shoes where every single pair of shoes, stitch by stitch, is entirely made by hand using the best British suppliers at every stage.’


Britain’s last shoe last maker

We love that Kevin uses the last remaining shoe last manufacturer in Britain as well as leather from a Devon tannery that have been applying the same traditional methods for generations.


Exquisite leathers

‘The Little Shoe Maker collection is designed using exquisite leathers and suedes, allowing little feet to breathe. Nothing synthetic is ever involved, in process or product. I also individually screen print the tissue paper and packaging we use in my studio in Sussex.’

Combining Kevin’s art, craftsmanship and footwear knowledge, his shoes are produced in only small sizes, and are so lovely they can be framed or displayed after use.


‘I believe my shoes make a personal gift with an emotional attachment that evolves over time,’ says Kevin.

We couldn’t agree more.

The Little Shoe maker is listed in our directory.

If you have a baby gift to buy, why don’t you visit The Little Shoe maker listing now to get all the contact info you need>>


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