Campaign Diary: Little sets up his own shop in King’s Road to sell dead posh shoes

Some of you may remember Tim Little, the account director behind many of the Adidas ads, who came home to Leagas Delaney in 1992 after spending two years in New York.

Some of you may remember Tim Little, the account director behind

many of the Adidas ads, who came home to Leagas Delaney in 1992 after

spending two years in New York.



Little left the industry at the start of last year to set up his own

company outside advertising. Well, it turns out that he enjoyed working

on Adidas so much that he’s branched out into shoe-making.



His ultra-trendy (we’ve heard) shop is situated in the King’s Road and

has been interior designed by the New York-based architect, M. J. Sagan.

His corporate identity has also just been completed by the Partners.



Nobody’s saying how much a pair of shoes from Little’s emporium costs,

but we think that as they’re pitched as ’traditional English shoes for

the discerning gentleman’, they’re not really in our league.