Le Scarpe di Cabiria is the brand name, I had no idea what the name was referring to til now! I hope the maker isn`t implying that his customers are shoe-whores and would all experience heartbreaks from buying his shoes `Seven Sister Shoes` is the name of the model.
Le Scarpe di Cabiria (Toshiaki Wada)
Diamond Captoed Oxford `Seven Sisters Shoes`
A highly unusual pair of bespoke shoes made from a patchwork of exotics.
Captoe: 200yrs old Russian Reindeer
Vamp & Quarter: Ilcea Calf
Heel Counter: Elephant
Tongue: Sea Turtle
Quarter Lining: Kid Suede
Le Scarpe di Cabiria FB
Props from the latest The Hobbit movie?
These are actually bespoke shoes by Saion, (faithfully) based on their client`s design & drawings.
Outrageous design? Yes, but I commend Saion for doing their best to realise their client` dream. Couldn`t have done better.
Client`s own drawings
link (from Saion`s blog archive)
I believe the loafers (from the link) are made to order (sizing, leather), and orders are taken at trunk shows only. I doubt he will take MTO orders internationally.Beams and Isetan do carry a selection of RTW Corno Blu shoes.
Happy Chinese New Years Folks!
I hope everyone celebrating the occasion are eating good food over the weekend.
I noticed a recent post on The Parisian Gentleman FB (link) featuring the lovely side laced wingtips by Ms. Reiko Tsukui. I thought it would be nice to post it here since its getting so many `like`s
These were handmade MTO shoes made for the now defunct shoes collection made for Oguri Tailor, Kyoto.