This week we want to introduce you to one of the coolest guys we’ve ever met, Andrew Rushworth…
After meeting Andy at our store launch in Sheffield last October we just knew we needed to know more about him.
We met up a couple of weeks back for a coffee and we weren’t disappointed.
Here’s a little bit about the man himself:
“I spend my day to day travelling around schools in South Yorkshire delivering year group lessons on a variety of topics. Each lesson includes live music, multimedia and Q&A. It’s great spending time with young men and women and talking through the real issues of life and being a part of their preparation for adulthood.
I’m a published author of “Barking Dogs” if every postman stopped at the barking dogs, he would never get the mail delivered. We all have a gift to give to this planet, but so often the barking dogs in our lives, the mistakes, disappointments, failings and upbringing can stop us becoming and doing all that we were created for.
I love acting and am a member of the 53 Theatre Group in Sheffield, going to watch Sheffield UTD play and all things dapper… I need a bigger wardrobe!
Iv been married to Sharron for 27 years and we have three children.
Check out Andy’s Instagram here for all things dapper.
After a good catch, up learning about his early life in the USA, his role as a Pastor and all about the work he does for Shine Sheffield, we had a chat about his love for all things Dapper.
From Tweed Suits, Starched Collars and Peaky Hats we basically covered it all.
Not to mention one of our favourite jackets from last season the Dressed To Impress Overcoat.
Check out the awesome locations used, such as The Lost Boys Tattoo Studio in Rotherham owned by award-winning artist Johny Matthews none the less, and the classic look of the Dore & Totley Railway Station giving our suit and Andy’s debonair look a real vintage and traditional British style.
With thanks to Oliver Watts for all the amazing shots and of course Andy – thank you for being you and finding us.