For those of you a fan of the Austro-Hungarian style of shoemaking you will be pleased to know that one shop in South Korea, named Shoes Fever, has started
It would appear that Jesper of Shoegazing.se has been a busy boy getting his bespoke on and when the shoes are as nice is this, I can't blame him!
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
The seamless wholecut is the like the unicorn of shoes. It's not often seen and not made by many. And it has to be created by hand. At least for now
I see a lot of shoes, day in and day out. I have almost become impervious to the appreciation of classically fine footwear as I now see it so often
It's not exactly the time to start breaking out the 'ol Spectators/Co-Respondents with the weather turning out the way that it is. Being in London it's about
A reader of the blog came in not too long ago, looking to say hi, have a quick shoe shine and try on a pair of my shoes. My last shapes (and widths)
While I do love my wholecuts, free of anything at all, I must admit that I do think that I prefer it with a tad bit of brogueing, just to spice it up a bit.
Dear Readers, I have had the pleasure of being allowed to use a very very interesting post/interview conducted by the author of Romanian blog, Claymoor, in
As the world progresses, it becomes harder and harder to say that one thing, whether it be a product or service, is best found here or there. This used to be