Los Angeles based streetwear brand Pleasures collaborated with Padmore & Barnes in early 2021.
Founded by Alex James in 2015 and known for its unique designs, Pleasures linked up for an eye-catching take on our Padmore & Barnes P204 classic.
The knit-like, moccasin shoe is inspired by floral tapestries and complimented with neutral brown suede and a contrasting crepe sole.
2021 saw Padmore & Barnes introduce our recent collaboration with North American brand Huckberry.
The collaboration designs, based off the original Padmore & Barnes shoe and boot, brings exclusive colourways available only at Huckberry.
The new collaboration features a hand-lasted shoe, with genuine hand-stitched moccasin construction for lasting quality and Suede and leather uppers with a two-eyelet design
The new boot collaboration comes from the original Padmore & Barnes two-eyelet, moc-toe P404 boot. Similarly, this boot is hand-lasted and with genuine hand-stitched moccasin.
Comme des Garçons
In 2019 and 2020, Padmore & Barnes collaborated with renowned Japanese fashion label Comme des Garçons, with headquarters in Paris and Tokyo. Most recently, we produced an ankle-high panelled suede boot in tones of green with a round toe.
This collaboration brought together a tonal lace-up closure, hand stitched blanket stitching at welt and plantation crepe rubber sole in black. We have collaborated with Comme des Garçons on four occasions in the past two years.
Comme des Garcons Website
2020 saw Padmore & Barnes collaborate with street-wear label HANON. Regarded by the international community for top quality footwear collaborations, our recent collaboration saw a special edition of the Original Padmore & Barnes with two make-ups of the Higgins silhouette – a lesser known shoe that was originally designed in 1978.
Each shoe was hand stitched and crafted with No.1 plantation crepe (Beige colourway only) and the finest Italian velour suedes to the highest standards, evoking the spirit of traditional manufacturing that continues to endure throughout the ages, with just 48 pairs created.
2020 started with a collaboration with world renowned Fred Perry to adapt our legendary suede Willow shoe. Fred Perry is a name synonymous with high-quality products and we were proud to collaborate with their team earlier this year.
The link up saw Padmore & Barnes deliver our Willow shoe from super velour Italian suede, with double-stitch detail and plantation crepe soles. These stunning shoes were then finished with a Laurel Wreath pull tab at the heel.
Fred Perry Website
As part of their Winter goods release in 2019, Padmore & Barnes collaborated with global designer 18 East, known for their focus on handcraft and artisanship.
The collaboration reimagined the shoes worn by Aran fishermen; cut from a single piece of English pony hair, while featuring an asymmetric side tie rawhide closure and a distressed natural crepe sole. The shoe is also offered in English snuff suede, in addition to low-top versions in sunflower yellow and stone suede.
18 East Website
All that is left
Men’s fashion clothing brand All That Is Left collaborated with Padmore & Barnes in 2017. This P204 shoe, made for All This Is Left by Padmore & Barnes, was produced in black/bone elk leather and suede variations.
The suede shoe also came with an embossed logo to the left shoe, dual branded insole with a suede upper and natural crepe rubber sole.
All that is left Website
Searching for an exclusive collection of footwear, Commonwealth, with a decade under their belt as an award winning specialty boutique, joined with Padmore & Barnes for a collaboration in 2017.
This collaboration focussed on Padmore & Barnes classic P204 (Wallabee), P500 (Plain Toe) and P700 (Willow Boot). Each was hand-stitched using only genuine plantation crepe for soling and the finest leathers to ensure that the Padmore & Barnes tradition continues.
For our 2016 collaboration with Footpatrol, who specialise in limited edition offering to its customers, the focus was to look back to one of hip hop’s golden eras to engineer the split coloured Original Boot P404, based on the cover for one of the 90’s most iconic albums: Ghostface Killah’s debut solo album, Ironman.
The album cover has been reworked on Padmore & Barnes Original Boot P404. Two colourways were designed and produced: red/black and yellow/black, featuring contrast stitching and a smooth tan leather inner lining. The P404 has a suede build with smooth tan leather lining, with dual Padmore & Barnes and Footpatrol branded footbeds.
In 2016, Padmore & Barnes teamed up with Stussy for an exclusive collaboration; the result was a reimagined Padmore & Barnes hand stitched P405 moccasin, in two new colorways.
The limited edition run was available in black and navy or beige and olive. For this collaboration, each model sported a soft suede construction, with supple leather accents, Stussy’s signature “Double S” moniker at each lateral heel and a crepe sole.
YMC clothing and footwear are renowned for having minute detail, an emphasis on texture, colour and print and a strong creative spirit. YMC’s collaboration with Padmore & Barnes in 2016 was no different.
Using the finest leathers, we created a stunning one-piece leather boot. The limited edition run used black leather with a plantation crepe rubber sole to finish the popular collaboration.
The Natalie boot had been a firm Oi Polloi favourite for years, so Padmore & Barnes were delighted to exclusively collaborate to bring it back to the market.
This collaboration brought this toe-piece product back in shoe or boot form (in black or brown) as part of the six style capsule collection with crepe soled leather/suede boxes.
Oi Polloi Website
Rag & Bone
2015 saw Padmore & Barnes link up with New York-based Rag & Bone to collaborate on a new look P204 chukka boot. Rag & Bone are a worldwide brand with over 700 shops globally.
The silhouette for these chukka boots is lined with leather and features a crepe sole. We are proud to see “Made for Rag & Bone by Padmore & Barnes” emblazoned on these boots for this collaboration with such a prominent partner.
Rag & Bone Website
April 2015 saw the launch of Padmore & Barnes’ collaboration to create a two colourway release for Parisian sneaker boutique and skate store Starcow, known for its limited collaborations.
The exclusive Starcow and Padmore & Barnes P405 is a suede moccasin, in green or brown, featuring a chunky Vibram Morflex sole unit.
Supreme founder James Jebbia approached Padmore & Barnes to create an exclusive collaboration back in 2000.
The result was a low-cut P500 Plaintoe Saville and M345 Sahara boot, exclusively for Supreme; produced in high-quality leather and suede.