I have been seeing the patina work coming from the Singapore branch of Septieme Largeur and I must say that it is all very intriguing. I particularly like their
After much anticipation Norman Vilalta is finally releasing his ready to wear brand at none other than Leffot of NYC, in the form of a trunk show. He will be
In the hopes of always trying new things and getting better products to make my shoes with, I went to Milan for the bi-annual Lineapelle leather fair and am
Another brand that I always enjoy visiting while I am at Pitti Uomo is Scarpe di Bianco. Apart from enjoying a nice catch up with owner William White,
A good green suede can go a long way and this green suede just might be the best that I have yet to ever see. It's the perfect blend between dark green, blue
While in Vienna a few months back, I had the pleasure of going to one of the Maftei shops and seeing the shoes for the first time in person. I was never quite
I wrote about Mario Bemer not too long ago, having come back from Pitti Uomo in the hopes to shed some light on his new company. (If you missed it, you can find
Dear Readers, Okay, well the sample sale is over and I have finally managed to unpack everything and put it all online. This is however, only for
Playing a whole lot of catch up today trying to unbox all of the leftover sample sale stock, not to mention that I am getting hit with the flu, thanks to the
I recently had the pleasure of spending some time with Norman Vilalta and I must admit it was a great time. Rewind a few years and lets talk about the history.
I think that this is the first time that I have posted the shoes of Antonio Meccariello on The Shoe Snob blog and for many of you that know of the
I have always liked Scarpe di Bianco as I felt that they created such a great fusion between Italian & British craftmanship and design, not to mention that
For those that may not know, Stefano Bemer (the man) passed away about 2 years ago now. During the time that it occurred there was a lot of speculation as to
I was recently looking at holy grail of shoe magazines -- a Japanese one called LAST -- and realized how many Japanese shoe brands that A. I had never
During my tour all of the stalls at Pitti Uomo was a quick pit stop at Barker to see what they were going to be getting up to for the upcoming seasons.
I had the pleasure of spending an evening with Mr. Landry Lacour of Bespoke Patina, last week for what proved to be a very interesting evening in fine
Dear Readers, I hope that you all had a lovely long weekend (for those whose country celebrates Easter) and if not, at least had a nice, normal weekend.
This is probably the cleanest example that I have ever seen�of a "proper" purple leather used in footwear�and it's quite commendable to be honest.
You don't often see red pebble grain. You don't often see red shoes altogether. What I like about this pebble grain by Scarpe di Bianco though is the fact that
For many of you that frequent the internet in pursuit of sartorial excellence, this shoe by Il Quadrifoglio (yet another Japanese shoemaker) will not be new to
There is a new brand on the scene that are creating quite a big storm in the shoe world, mainly in the US however and their name is Jack Erwin. For many of you
Bet you didn't realize that I made you use five 'B' words in a row when reading the title of this blog post in your head? I didn't realize it either until the
I have always liked a nice brogue, even a bit of a heavy one. I don't really own the heavy ones but have always appreciated their appeal as stompers