Ledbury is the Richmond-based luxury menswear brand founded on the core values of great fit and superb quality. We specialize in dress shirts, casual shirts and related accessories that bring together the best of our Jermyn Street training and Southern American upbringing. Founded in 2009 by Paul Trible and Paul Watson, Ledbury is privately funded, growth-focused menswear business that has been featured on MSNBC's Morning Joe and in the Wall Street Journal, Financial Times and GQ Magazine.
TypePrivate
HQRichmond, US
Founded2009
Size (employees)33 (est)-2%
Websiteledbury.com
Ledbury was founded in 2009 and is headquartered in Richmond, US
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Ledbury Office Locations

Ledbury has offices in Richmond and Washington
Richmond, US (HQ)
117 S 14th St
Richmond, US
5710 Patterson Ave
Washington, US
3319 Cady's Alley NW
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Ledbury Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2009

Ledbury total Funding

$5.4 m

Ledbury latest funding size

$850 k

Time since last funding

3 years ago
Ledbury's latest funding round in March 2016 was reported to be $850 k. In total, Ledbury has raised $5.4 m
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Ledbury News and Updates

Wounded Warrior Project Veterans Get Tailored Interviewing Tips from Ledbury

RICHMOND, Va., Oct. 2, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Injured veterans participated in a Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) career counseling workshop where they learned how to foster relationships, enhance networking skills, and dress appropriately for an interview. Warriors also practiced real-world...
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Ledbury Blogs

3 Questions with Anthony Bryant, Owner of Little Nomad

Just a short walk from our Richmond Flagship, sits Little Nomad. Started by Anthony and his wife, Nora, Little Nomad has become a beloved retail and community engagement space in the Arts District. Our story with Anthony goes further back – he used to be part of our team at Ledbury HQ. For this week…

3 Questions with Daryl Calfee, VP of Marketing at Moore & Giles

For those who have been around for a few years, you’ll recognize Moore & Giles. Their commitment to craftsmanship and attention to detail have made them a welcome pairing with our product. Out of Lynchburg, VA, the folks of Moore and Giles have been crafting beautiful leather products for 85 yea…

3 Questions with David Cuttino, Founder and Proprietor of Reservoir Distillery

David Cuttino is an electrical engineer, turned bond trader, turned distillery man. Several different turns landed him in the business, but he shares a couple things with Ledbury’s story: he apprenticed a master in the industry to learn the business, and started off in the midst of the financial cri…

3 Questions with Hilton Graham, Founder & Chief Creative Officer of Love Affair

We’ve known Hilton Graham through the Pauls for a number of years. Lately, he’s gotten into some really incredible creative work at Love Affair Content House. Join us as we hear a new and improved (!) 3 questions from Hilton. What do you do and what do you find most rewarding about it? I am […] The …

The Story Behind The Sondra Check

Our shirts tell stories. Each season, we make our final selects of “winner” shirts to go into production for a future release. Next comes the naming process, a company perk that most employees of Ledbury have assisted with. A month after joining our Customer Experience Team, Michael Conigliaro had t…

3 Questions with Chris Henry, Real Estate Developer

Making a home in Charlottesville seems like heaven after our talk with Chris Henry of Stony Point Design/Build, LLC. Chris is working on some incredible green buildings and sustainable setups to carry Charlottesville into the future. In this week’s three questions, we find out what he’d be doing in …
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Ledbury Company Life and Culture

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