Community

I have got to say that I was very pleased to see Richmond profiled in the latest issue of Garden Gun (also nice to have the Free Union Belt as a runner up for the Made in the South Awards).  The article spoke to the Richmond Renaissance.  Something we are a big believers in and […]

Art/Design

With the close of the year we wrapped up the “Short Run Shirting.” We hope that everyone enjoyed the collection and we definitely appreciate the thoughts and feedback. It was a lot of fun for us to experiment with different cuffs, collars, and fabrics. We are happy to report that a least 8 shirts are […]

Interview

We waited the better part of a year before hiring our first model.   We try not to take ourselves too seriously, but we needed to move on from the shots of our friends with their heads chopped off and add a little more professionalism to our photography.  Luckily we met Danny who, over time, has […]

Wild Card

Thanks to Irene we were without power for the better part of 4 days, so we moved the operation to the Watson estate and set up camp.  As a nice break from our temporary home, our friends from CBS invited us over for button down shirting segment on Virginia This Morning. I can imagine a […]

Wild Card

We had a little added excitement yesterday as a 5.8 earthquake rolled through Richmond. At first we all thought it was a train derailing—we are right next to the tracks—but when things really started to shake we all jumped up and headed for the door. (Well, all of us with the exception of Ashley who powered […]

Community

When I graduated from university, I thought law school was the obvious destination.  Happily, I had people in my life with a great deal more wisdom who encouraged me to take a year off to do something different.   That decision led to Operation Smile where one year of “something different” soon became five years and […]

Community

When we started Ledbury the market was hovering around 6,000 and a financial apocalypse appeared to be at the doorstep.  We were conscious that launching a luxury clothing business was not without risk, but luckily there were a few early believers and to those we are forever grateful. It could have been blind faith, a […]

Style

With an onslaught of upcoming Spring/Summer weddings we decided that it was time to release our first Tuxedo Shirt. I have always had trouble finding the right formal shirt so we set out to make a few alterations to the classic design. Here were my issues: The Bib: I have never been a fan of […]