Style

With the end of the “polar vortex,” and “arctic blast,” nowhere in sight, we’ve had a not-so-gentle reminder of the importance of dressing appropriately during the coldest of cold weather. To help us keep warm, we’ve relied on one of our favorite winter fabrics, moleskin. Moleskin is a tightly woven brushed cotton fabric that is […]

Wild Card

In life, four years marks a number of big occasions. Olympics Presidential Terms College Graduation (well hopefully) And today, Ledbury’s Birthday. Four years ago, we launched our business out of a second-story converted tobacco warehouse in Richmond. There were two of us, and like all small businesses owners, we played the roles of customer service, […]

Community

  For us, 117 S. 14th St. is more than just a mailing address. It’s the epicenter of Ledbury — our office, our studio, our brick and mortar shop. It’s where all of our products are designed. It’s where new ideas are hatched. And for those of us who work here, friends and family alike, it’s […]

Style

Running with the iconic style of Marvin Gaye , we crafted this week’s Style File around The Prince of Soul himself. One of our favorite performances from Marvin is his soul-crushing rendition of the National Anthem at the 1983 NBA All-Star Game while rocking a double-breasted suit and aviators. We took the suave look of The […]

Style

Knitted neckties have been a personal favorite since I began wearing them back in my college days. They can easily add an extra layer of texture to any outfit and they are relaxed in nature. Not to mention, they always come in handy on those occasions when a silk necktie may be a little too […]

Craftsmen

Last year, we partnered with our friends at Classified Moto for the release of our July Short Run collection. When John Ryland exited the world of advertising, he and his wife Betsy followed a personal passion by opening Classified Moto, a shop that creates one-of-a-kind, repurposed motorcycles from old-school 70s and 80s cruisers. We stumbled […]

Style

In this edition of Dock and Canal we bring you the style of three gents, including the third Paul of our office – pictured second in the group. Although their styles are diverse, the trio shares a common appreciation for classic pieces that each person manages to make their own. You can never go wrong […]

Travel

Eric, who is a member of our Customer Fulfillment Team, recently returned from a snowboarding trip to Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Here’s a recap and a few highlights from his trip out west: I started snowboarding three seasons ago. My best friend invited me to go snowboarding with him during the Spring Break of my senior […]

Art/Design

It’s no secret that we have a deep appreciation for design and we frequently discuss our favorite designers inside the office. In addition to the greats, there’s a contemporary class of designers that are borrowing the clean and simple aesthetics of the mid-century era and making them their own. A few months ago I stumbled […]

Style

If Andrew looks familiar, it’s probably because you recognize him from the Lookbook for our current collection of Short Run Shirting which was posted yesterday. The cooler temperatures are nearly gone but there’s still time to layer up, slide into the boots, and challenge winter to take its best shot. Dock and Canal is a […]

Interview

Since we began the process of redesigning our showroom a few months ago, we’ve rekindled our love for mid-century modern furniture. Our friends at Killer Junk Studios provided many of the pieces that we’ve placed in our showroom, as well as feature in the lookbook for our current collection of Short Run Shirting. Killer Junk […]