Today’s Favorites – Crockett & Jones

Today's Favorites - Crockett & Jones

When I first saw all of these pictures, I could not believe my eyes! Not because Crockett & Jones does not make nice , but they are usually on the relatively conservative side. If you walk by their shop in the Burlington Arcade in , you will see a bombardment of black, brown and tan, with a small hint of burgundy somewhere in the trenches, but NEVER have I seen green and blue . It makes me wonder if these, like some of G&G’s factory shoes, are for another market, such as Japan and the Far East?  Nevertheless, I was very impressed when I saw them, and I think that I gave C&J a couple of extra points in my book of cool . The shame is that I will probably never see these in the flesh, as I truly believe that they will not hit the UK (nor US for that matter) market. And because of that, I still think that when I go to Japan for the first time, it’s going to be like a kid going to Disneyland, with shoes everywhere in blue’s, green’s, red’s etc.

Today's Favorites - Crockett & Jones

Today's Favorites - Crockett & Jones

Today's Favorites - Crockett & Jones

Today's Favorites - Crockett & Jones

Today's Favorites - Crockett & Jones

Today's Favorites - Crockett & Jones

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  1. Ville Raivio – Thanks for the information. This does bring back memories that the Swedish market also likes very fun and colorful stuff. If only England and the US could have more capsule collections such as this, that would be great! Thanks for posting!

    -Justin, “The Shoe Snob”

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