Shoeshine, leather care and patina specialist
Steven helps people who care about their appearance, to look good by treating the care of their shoes as an artform.
We aim to encourage not only the businessman who you would expect to use a shoeshine service but also ladies and younger gentleman who maybe have a misconception of what shoeshine entails.
We desire to transform people’s views on shoes and to make caring for their shoes a priority
Yours shoes should be entitled to get as much TLC as they need if you want to expand their longevity, and more to the point, if you want to look like a real gentleman.
Over the Years
Recently unemployed, while waiting for his stewardess girlfriend in the great hall of the London City Airport, the newly unemployed Steven decided to treat himself to a shoe shine, because there is nothing better to do when you wait for someone in an airport.
First Job in Profession
Rather than despair over his fate, Steven decided to pass on the benefits of shoeshine to others and become the best in his field.
Experience at many locations
London City Airport, Bloomberg, Lehman Brothers, KPMG, Harbour Exchange Tower, London Hilton Metropole, The London Hilton on Park Lane, Dunhill, Marks club, George club, The Office group, Whites Club and Goodwood festival.
Resident Shoeshine Artisan at 5 Hertford street London’s finest club.
Steven Skippen has become renowned in the field of shoe shining and as a patina artist.
You can have your shoes shined while you wait, drop them off for collection later, or use Steven’s send and despatch service.
Steven’s chair is currently installed in 5 Hertford street close to Hyde Park, Steven’s hands have had the opportunity to dwell on the shoes such well known personalities as the Sultan of Brunei, The Dalai Lama, Mike Tyson, the King of Jordan, and Jean Claude Van Damme.
Steven’s big red chair is currently installed in the lobby of The London Hilton on Park Lane, close to Hyde Park, Steven’s hands have had the opportunity to dwell on the shoes such well known personalities as the Sultan of Brunei, The Dalai Lama, Mike Tyson, the King of Jordan, and Jean Claude Van Damme.
Shoeshine is so often thought of as a service only for men, but this is so far from the case.