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post #31 of 454
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Originally Posted by designprofessor
I want those Testoni's (#2)
Web site doesn't offer much. For those that own any, I'd appreciate any input on this style or endorsement /complaint of the maker.

Those things sell for 250 euros in France. Are they worth even that much?
post #32 of 454
What do you guys think of Taryn Rose shoes? I like some of them, but it's so hard to find sizes and styles in their stores.
post #33 of 454
Shipton & Heneage, retailer - shoes in their Premium range are rebadged (and sometimes not rebadged) C&J (regular line), Alfred Sargent (Premier and Premier Exclusive), Yanko and possibly others (Grenson?).

Also Shipton & Heneage Paris for some more exotic designs, probably made by C&J to regular line standards (based on seconds I saw at the C&J factory shop).
post #34 of 454
www.maftei.at, website is only available in German

RTW and bespoke + bespoke services on appointments in Germany(Munich, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Berlin)

Prices from € 300,-
post #35 of 454
Quote:
Originally Posted by fritzl
Prices from € 300,-
What about for bespoke?
post #36 of 454
Bespoke start from 500,- to 600,-. Including your own last and a "sample" shoe
post #37 of 454
Posted by Georges5, lots of pictures:

http://www.souliers.net/new/componen...?g2_itemId=21&
post #38 of 454
Please add to the retail list for Carmina Footwear, Drinkwater's.
Thanks.

Gary

"VOTE" www.cbs4boston.com/alist
post #39 of 454
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by drink8648
Please add to the retail list for Carmina Footwear, Drinkwater's.
Thanks.

Gary

"VOTE" www.cbs4boston.com/alist

Sure, will do, but I need your link.
post #40 of 454
Web Site below. Thanks!

Gary
post #41 of 454
Love the look of Nason with jeans, but the shoes I have seen on this post tend to be a little more classic. Am I on thin ice with Nason? And, I have found these run big, where can I try them on in the DC area?
post #42 of 454
Gallery #3: http://img193.imageshack.us/gal.php?...t_3.jpg&cols=6

It's nice to see that most of the material comes from from forum members these days.
post #43 of 454
http://www.gazianogirling.com/

Still underconstruction but something to look out for.
post #44 of 454
great links guys! thanks!!
post #45 of 454
The Koji Suzuki link no longer works.
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