At John Lobb, one of Britain's last remaining bespoke shoemakers, little has changed since the company's founding in1849. Perri Lewis of London's Guardian newspaper unlocks the door to a lost world of craftsmanship inside the company's workroom. Notice the attention to detail and respect these gentlemen have for their work. They're not in jeans and a T-shirt. They're cutting leather and shaving wooden shoe lasts in trim merino sweaters or shirts and ties with a dapper apron.