That's intriguing to me, but good to know tastes can be so different! Someone above said this may be a "cultural difference", which may well be the case. Vass may be considered a bit stumpy in Japan/Korea/Singapore etc. But I suppose in the US or UK that kind of width and smaller front-part-of-the-shoe is considered good form?
I don't particularly like any of them, but the vass looks best. The others look too dainty.
The Vass is new and it's understandable that you like that kind of shape the most. But "dainty" the others are not. The Ferragamo is actually less daintier than the Vass, and it's not even double sole, which the Vass is.
Anyway, it stretches my own imagination to have all these viewpoints...
In terms of comfort? Very comfortable. It's a well made shoe. The double sole gives it a solidity that I quite like. Without being rigid. I dig my feet and heels when I walk, out of habit, so this works well.
In terms of design - it's just that looking down at it (what I keep calling the "wearer's viewpoint") I need to get used to the cut. It's a bit more stunted than what I've worn in the past. But somehow the cut is such that it looks pretty good from all other angles.