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Andrew McDonald Shoemaker
Andrew McDonald Shoemaker

Andrew McDonald Shoemaker

Location: Shop 121, Level 2

MondayM12 Apr9:30am - 5:30pm
TuesdayT13 Apr9:30am - 5:30pm
WednesdayW14 Apr9:30am - 5:30pm
ThursdayT15 Apr9:30am - 5:30pm
TodayF16 Apr9:30am - 5:30pm
TomorrowS17 Apr9:30am - 4:30pm
SundayS18 Apr Closed All Day
12 Apr - 18 Apr
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About

For almost three decades, Andrew McDonald has been handcrafting beautiful shoes.

One of just a handful of shoemakers remaining in Australia, Andrew is committed to designing and constructing supportive footwear that will last a lifetime. Vehemently opposed to the millions of poor quality shoes produced and discarded into landfill each year, Andrew seeks to create a product that is timeless in design and wear.

In 1996 Andrew was a recipient of the Churchill Fellowship, an award which enabled him to study traditional footwear techniques in the United Kingdom and France. Studying under master craftsmen the likes of John Lobb and Paul Harnden Shoemakers, Andrew developed a complex and considered practice.

In approaching a new design, Andrew draws inspiration from the street, from nature and from the arts. With the end product always in sight, he seeks to make shoes with the strength to transform; footwear that is designed to reflect and become an extension of the wearer’s character.

Discover more about the art of shoemaking via www.andrewmcdonaldshoemaker.com.au

For almost three decades, Andrew McDonald has been handcrafting beautiful shoes.

One of just a handful of shoemakers remaining in Australia, Andrew is committed to designing and constructing supportive footwear that will last a lifetime. Vehemently opposed to the millions of poor quality shoes produced and discarded into landfill each year, Andrew seeks to create a product that is timeless in design and wear.

In 1996 Andrew was a recipient of the Churchill Fellowship, an award which enabled him to study traditional footwear techniques in the United Kingdom and France. Studying under master craftsmen the likes of John Lobb and Paul Harnden Shoemakers, Andrew developed a complex and considered practice.

In approaching a new design, Andrew draws inspiration from the street, from nature and from the arts. With the end product always in sight, he seeks to make shoes with the strength to transform; footwear that is designed to reflect and become an extension of the wearer's character.