Hudson Shoes was founded in 1990, by two men with one ambition: to bring footwear into the world with a focus on contemporary design and a sense of everyday affordability.
There is more to the brand than Hudson these days, too. For a start there’s H Mens which came along in 2004.
Younger more affordable, and dialing up the eclecticism. H has mischievous approach to design experimenting with materials and finishing techniques.
H Womens meanwhile joined the family in 2008 and took as its starting point the techniques and androgynous classic styles from the men’s range. Adding a feminine twist into the mix has made H Women’s an effortlessly hip collection of affordable shoes.
Our three ranges Hudson, H Men’s and H Women’s are now found in over 310 stores and 120 countries.
Autumn/Winter 2014 promises some exciting developments from the H Men’s and H Women’s ranges. Key products from the Spring Summer collection have been grown with an Autumnal edge, as well as the inclusion of some brand new styles.
This season H Women’s favourite the Comet range progresses into Autumn/Winter 2014 with the introduction of new stamped leathers teamed with soft suede’s and textured fabrics in autumnal shades of Chestnut, Bordeaux, taupe and brown. The core classic styles are joined by new directional patterns perfect for seeing anyone through the winter months. Following the huge success of Bethan in AW13 this collection has been expanded to include new styles and materials reminiscent of the inspirational era, the 1990s. This range is available in black material mixes to create depth and texture. Additional masculine styles are softened with velvet fabrics that have been blended with chic high-shines and soft crinkle patent, highlighted through new H Womens designs. Overall the H ladies range offers Classic English styling envisaged in the Hudson way.
Autumn/Winter 2014 promises some exciting developments from the H Mens range. Key products from the Spring summer collection have been grown with an Autumnal edge.
Targa has been expanded with the introduction of Croc effect uppers, tumbled leathers and a seasonal chukka boot. Translucent soles will continue to feature heavily across a number of ranges. The Higgs range sees a number of colours added to its repertoire from Bordeaux to Smoky charcoal grey. Core product has been updated through material or colourway to be the perfect accompaniment to any mans winter wardrobe.
Camouflage is still present through out the collection showing itself on the soles of styles such as Carlton through to Holman.
Leather’s across the ranges offer a rugged, oily texture. Rich cognacs, opulent bordeaux, and deep charcoals feature within the seasonal palette.