Andrew McDonald shoemakers was established in 1990. Started By Andrew in a small workshop in Sydney’s Surry Hills designing bespoke handcrafted shoes for men and women.
His skill and artistry were quickly recognised and Andrew was soon to be awarded a Churchill Fellowship in 1996 to understudy master shoemakers, John Lobb of London and Paul Harnden shoemakers.
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From the shoemaker’s blog
Use a shoehorn to help put them on, thus avoiding damage to the backs of the shoes.When taken off, a wooden shoe tree should be inserted to absorb moisture and maintain the shoe’s shape. Store away from any heat sources.Clean and polish your shoes regularly, but first remove all dust and dirt using a hard brush.To nourish the leather, apply a marble-sized amount of shoe cream using a soft brush or cotton cloth, massaging it in…
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