Alexander Nurulaeff of Dandy Shoe Care has gone above and beyond with his latest patina. It was a special gift to present at Kevin Seah’s (tailor in Singapore) 6th Anniversary party. Fitting for a tailor was the request of making a patina in the style of a windowpane tweed cloth. And damn did Alexander do a breathtaking job on fulfilling that unlikely and difficult request. My only fear now, is that after seeing this the phones are going to be ringing off the hook for Alexander for this exact patina (maybe in different colors) as it is among one of the coolest things that I have ever seen (which I am sure that many agree with). This to me is art!! Well done Dandy Shoe Care for always impressing!
Painting on J. Fitzpatrick’s shoes is always a great pleasure for me. For a painter, the quality of the canvas is critical. J.FitzPatrick’s neutral color shoes are a perfect canvas to create any Patina.
Absolutely marvellous work, mr. Nurulaeff!!!
I would love to see what they could do with Black, gray and moron combination
Great, although top would have been with navy finishing sole.
That is truly outstanding!
The Material of the shoe is leather. The painting on it implies cloth. For me, this is bad style, sorry.