New Carmina Action from Pitti Uomo 87

So I just got back from Pitti Uomo 87 and it was a great trip. I will write more about that later, but in the meanwhile thought that I would start showing you some of the nice things that I saw while there. First up is the never disappointing Carmina who continues to impress me with their progression and new models. What really got me was their influx of RTW two toned models that are up and coming and even more so, the brilliant line of stitching on the facing (leading back to the counter) that the new boots and oxfords have (above). It was a nice touch to say the least, but even cooler than that, was the new half boot, coming in a two toned version with blue canvas. That was a bit of my style wrapped in a nutshell and I was quite happy to see it as it shows that slowly but surely we are getting more bold and bold!! And I love that! Now I just hope that stores bought it so that all of you can start purchasing them! Well done Carmina!

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