Join us for a new edition of Stepping Out with our friends donning their favourite G.H.BASS loafers across the streets of London. This season we follow Sam Salter, Lois Adeoshun, Eric Brain, Florence Huntington-Whiteley, Rachel Everitt, and Tony Prescod as they stylishly walk us through their projects.
Sam Salter, a gifted performer, and model, appears in West End productions such as Matthew Bourne's Swan Lake, Wicked, On The Town, and Dick Whittington. Not only is Sam nimble on his feet but he also has a keen eye for style, all evident in an ensemble that pairs our ultra soft Weejuns Venetian loafers with blue denim and black tee for an off duty look that not only looks sophisticated but also super comfortable.
Lois Adeoshun, is a London based fashion stylist and creative director who has worked with renowned publications such as Elle UK and British Vogue. Heavily influenced by her surroundings and her love of art and music, Lois’s work has also been featured in Vogue España, Hunger Magazine and Creators Magazine. Pairing her Panama loafers with a mini skirt and sweater and transparent knee-high socks, Lois loves that “the loafers were super comfortable and the perfect fit also very lightweight and easy to style”
Eric Brain, a London based editor known for his innovative approach on highlighting emerging talents and challenging fashion norms. Eric combines his Weejuns Super Lugs with a monochrome pinstripe suit that is designed to designed to make a statement- something he never shy's away from describing his look as a showcase in “how to wear typical formal shoes in an informal, comfortable way. The addition of the super chunky sole gives Eric’s structured tailored look with an extra edge he describes as making “dressing up so much joy!"
Florence Huntington Whiteley
Split between London and Ibiza, Florence started her career at Nike before her model debut with Alexander McQueen. Having grown up in the countryside, she keeps her adventurous spirit alive through hiking, playing rugby, and volunteering at a farm in her free time. With a keen eye for fashion and tailoring, she lends an androgynous appeal to our new cognac Mary-Jane loafers, donning a softly tailored green linen suit with a white Cuban-collared shirt —a style she describes as "Feeling very ready for my summer flex". A timely reminder that one can effortlessly maintain a cool and fashionable look even as temperatures soar.
London born and bred, Rachel Everett has been working in fashion since graduating university, first in buying and now in social media. Rachel’s approach to texture and colour proves that loafers are not just for formal occasions. Demonstrating her idiosyncratic style, she combines the Panama Lianna loafers with an ensemble that embraces the art of mixing and matching- “I love how the loafers are so versatile and work with so many outfits.” Resulting in a look that is perfect for cooler summer evenings.
Tony Prescod is a vintage collector skilled at unearthing clothing from the '50s, '60s, and '70s. After growing bored with retirement, Tony set up in Wood Street Market, London to sell these cherished pieces. “I have found that many of those that like the type of clothes that I sell and the music that I favour, have adopted Weejuns as part of their dress code. The reason, I believe, is the flexibility of the shoes as well as their aesthetic”. Styling his soft tassel Weejuns Larkin with sharp white tailored trouser for a clean refined look, Tony adds vintage 60s knitwear to take his sartorial look to new heights.
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