I just had a look at the new S/S2015 shoe collection by Crockett & Jones and am impressed with that I have seen. Not only have they gone bold in their
Edward Green At Pitti Uomo 87
Another stop that I always make is the Edward Green stand and this time I saw something very interesting stuff, including this boot above, which I
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
The Best Longwing….Ever…by Hiro Yanagimachi
So it's my last day here in Singapore after having been gone for 2 weeks now. Luckily for me, I have a lovely midnight flight to put me into London at 5am,
Spectator Done Differently
One thing that I love about Norman Vilalta's shoes design is that he sometimes does things that are so different yet so familiar. I mean, they are quite
Bespoke Gaziano & Girling Boots – FINISHED!
After much anticipation I have final received my bespoke boots by Gaziano & Girling! (to see the start of this process see HERE and HERE). It's been a long
JM Weston – New Range for A/W 2014
I have been in a crazy rush today as I had taken off yesterday to tour my family around London, so everything is a bit delayed today, including emails as per
Magnanni at Pitti Uomo 86
Dear Readers, I am a bit backed up today so don't really have time to write. Therefore, I will leave you with some of the Magnanni shoes that I saw
Riccardo Bestetti Strikes Again
I have said it before and of course I will say it again: it is so great to see new designs executed, especially when it's a play off of an existing
I love cool art, specifically shoe art. When I saw the picture above, of a pair of Edward Green shoes with an imagined red piping, I thought it was one
How To Become A Shoe Designer Part 5: Creating Your Brand/Business Model
It's been awhile since I have kept up with my "How to become a shoe designer" series. This is mainly due to the fact that as I was writing it previously I had
J.FitzPatrickfootwear.com Is Now Live!!
Dear Readers, The day has finally come and I am so anxious that it's hard for me to even write. For those of you whom have created your own website and did
A Sight to Make You Smile – Shoe Heaven
Dear Readers, I am yet again having a day where I am trying to do a million things at once, mainly crossing all the t's and dotting all of the i's to
New Saint Crispin Brogues for Leatherfoot – In Bold Colors!
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.
There are not many things more attractive than a nice burgundy leather and this shade might be the best that I have yet to come by. It's vibrancy is second to
Hiro Yanagimachi’s New Models
There is nothing like a new shoe design and the one that is shown on this saddle shoe, by Hiro Yanagimachi, is not like any that I have ever seen before. Being
Red Pebble Grain by Scarpe di Bianco
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
The Country Shoe – My Way
I have always liked the idea of a heavy brogue shoe with a thick sole (think classic longwing in pebble/scoth grain by Trickers). That being I liked the look of
Septieme Largeur Expand to Singapore
Every companys' dream should be to find themselves expanding internationally in some fashion or another. That great day has come for Septieme Largeur and it
Saint Crispins’ MTO’s = AMAZING!!
The shoes shown in these pics here present some of the most vivid colors that I have ever seen on footwear outside of a professional patina, particularly that
Where is Barker Black?
It's always exciting when a promising new brand comes about and starts doing things a little bit differently, yet still maintains a bit of classical elegance.
The Little Shoemaker
Not too long after my baby boy was born (he is now 6 weeks old), I received an unexpected package in the mail which just so happened to be a gift from
Bestetti Back at it Again – Seamless Wholecuts and Such!
There is something magical about Riccardo Bestetti's shoes. It's hard to pinpoint it as there are so many factors that make them beautiful and maybe that is it.
Red JM Westons
Photo Courtesy of En Grande PompeWhat a beautiful shoe!! Probably not everyone's color of choice but it's hard to deny that the shoe looks nothing short of