The original Rayne Theatrical Costumier & Stage Shoe Shop & Factory in Waterloo Road in London.
Famous Actress Lili Langtry was regular Rayne customer.
Rayne started to specialise in stage footwear & well known actresses like Evie Greene promoted Rayne shoes in advertisements.
Rayne supplies costumes & shoes to Diaghilev’s Ballet Russe. Rayne continued to supply Diaghilev’s various companies for almost the next 20 years..
Rayne opens its first ladies shoe shop at 58 New Bond Street in London supplying Society women with the type of fashion shoes previously only worn on the stage.
HM The Queen Mary grants Rayne a Royal Warrant as shoemakers.
HM The Princess Elizabeth wears Rayne shoes at her wedding to HRH The Duke of Edinburgh
HM Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother grants Rayne a Royal Warrant as Shoemakers
Queen Elizabeth Elizabeth wears Rayne shoes at her Coronation in Westminster Abbey
HM The Queen grants Rayne its third Royal Warrant as shoemakers.
Rayne opens fabled Oliver Messel designed “Prettiest Shoe Shop in the World” at 15/16 Old Bond Street in London.
Rayne moves into a new decade with iconic French photographer Guy Bourdin at the same time as Rayne opened a shop in Paris.
Rayne is relaunched with a Pop-Up in Selfridges London & Brown Thomas Dublin.
HM the Queen grants Rayne a Royal Warrant as shoe manufacturers