Steppe into Sustainable Style
Booking not necessary, free
Steppe into Sustainable Style, presented by the house of Tengri. Experience the art of traditionally handcrafted shoes with Tengri’s reinterpretation of the iconic Joseph Cheaney brogue. Explore shoe colouring with a bespoke concoction of natural pigments in a demonstration of the art of patina, a staining technique dating back to the early 1900s.
Tengri, a London-based design house, creates understated and exclusive products from natural materials sourced from rural and remote corners of the world. Its products are designed and made with the highest levels of craftsmanship.
Join Tengri and Joseph Cheaney for the launch of the world’s first sustainable footwear made with Khangai Noble Fibres. The Tengri x Joseph Cheaney limited-edition brogues are designed for the modern gentleman and woman, and this new interpretation of the iconic brogue combines form and function. Natural materials combine with Tengri’s proprietary Noble Yarn technology, with 200 hand operations crafting every shoe, engineered to take on the mountains, yet smart enough for a boardroom meeting.
Artist Parijat Upadhyaya (PJ) explores shoe colouring with a bespoke concoction of natural pigments. Each pair is impeccably finished with the art of patina, a staining technique dating back to the early 1900s.