**News flash** G.H. Bass & Co. have collaborated with the influential London brand – YMC (You Must Create). A relationship born from a united love of heritage, texture and colour. The shoes showcase the best of both labels – a truly complimentary blend. YMC was founded by Graphic Design duo Fraser Moss and Jimmy Collins in 1995 with a blueprint to create and understand, timeless design. Stylish, ...
G.H. Bass & Co. Blog
What's your colour?
10th October 2016
Whilst we all know to fill our closets with basic staples, we also want those pieces that express our character. Be it graduating shades of black or the peppiest orange, our closet speaks leaps and bounds about who we are. This AW16 G.H. Bass & Co. has something for us all! Launching for the first time in 1936, G.H. Bass & Co. loafers, playfully dubbed 'Weejuns', took the world by storm. ...
Style Icons - Grace Kelly & Audrey Hepburn
8th June 2016
Considered to be two of the greatest actresses of their time, Grace Kelly and Audrey Hepburn ruled the silver screen during the 1950’s. These Hollywood icons have been inspiring fashion for decades with their timeless style. Not only were these starlets known for the their acting abilities, they were also known for their impeccable taste in clothing…and shoes. Not surprisingly, G.H. Bass & ...
Raid your wardrobe, get dressed up for the weekend & win a whole load of Weejuns
27th April 2016
Fancy winning a whole week of Weejuns? We’re giving one lucky fan a chance to win seven pairs of Weejuns. That’s one pair for each day of the week! The story of the Weejuns begins back in the 1930s, when an editor from Esquire magazine spotted local fishermen in a native farm shoe. Taking a pair back to the US, G.H. Bass & Co. was commissioned to create a modern version of the Norwegian farm ...
Love My Bass
18th March 2016
G.H. Bass & Co. has long been known for its classically preppy and functional shoe, the Weejun. The shoe, also known as the “penny loafer,” has been worn by many influential figures throughout American history, from President John F. Kennedy to popicon Michael Jackson, and blends the cool Ivy League prepstyle with a “mod” twist. To say that the Weejun is a cultural trademark in ...