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post #15196 of 19802
This picture is floating around the internet I noticed, but it's originally from me (Imai Hiroki)

post #15197 of 19802
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Originally Posted by mr monty View Post

 

 

I thought Justin only took pre-orders for these not-yet-made shoes a few hours ago? You ordered some in advance, or this is just a declaration of intent?!  (I love them by the way; just worried they won't fit my wide, bendy feet so I'll wait until I can try some on...)

post #15198 of 19802
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Originally Posted by mr monty View Post

25+ years old Bruno Magli gray suede
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


 

Are they getting worn at least once per week? lol

post #15199 of 19802
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Originally Posted by LANO View Post

This is the newest addition to my shoe rack, a pair of loafers from Paolo Scafora, soon ready to be worn without socks (come spring). The poor quality of the iPhone camera does not display the true beauty of these shoes and its finishing





. Thoughts or comments?

Scafora is hard to beat especially his antiquing
post #15200 of 19802
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Originally Posted by europrep View Post

Gents,



 



I was at the office wearing my C&J suede Sydneys when it started raining heavily in the afternoon.  I slapped on my Swim rubbers for the walk to the train.  When I got home and took off the Swims, I had a worn look on the suede from wear the rubber edge was rubbing.  I have tried getting this out using a rubber suede brush, but have not had good results.  Any suggestions? 






Apologies for the crappy iPhone pics



 



Much appreciated.  






Next time, don't put on the swims. Seriously. Suede is much more resilient than it seems. Saphir nettomoyant (sp) works as a fantastic cleaner.
post #15201 of 19802
John Lobb custom (snapped at Madison Avenue store today)...



post #15202 of 19802

^Why does it look so short and stubby in the front end? Is it because it is?

post #15203 of 19802
Mezlan gators cira 1998
laces cira 2012


post #15204 of 19802
Mezlan gators cira 1998
laces cira 2012


post #15205 of 19802
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Originally Posted by Fiddler View Post

^Why does it look so short and stubby in the front end? Is it because it is?

80s revisited. eBay is full of that sort of design.
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Originally Posted by mr monty View Post

Mezlan gators cira 1998
laces cira 2012



Obviously the Platinum species of Mezlan right?
post #15206 of 19802
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Originally Posted by woolymammoth View Post

John Lobb custom (snapped at Madison Avenue store today)...




Nice, please explain the process and details
post #15207 of 19802
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Originally Posted by meister View Post

80s revisited. eBay is full of that sort of design.
Obviously the Platinum species of Mezlan right?

Mezlan didn't have the Platinum collection back in 98.
post #15208 of 19802
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Originally Posted by goodlensboy View Post

Nice, please explain the process and details

The shoe was on a shelf, I put the shoe on a chair and I took a picture smile.gif - not my shoe, was just visiting the store.

post #15209 of 19802
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Originally Posted by woolymammoth View Post

The shoe was on a shelf, I put the shoe on a chair and I took a picture smile.gif - not my shoe, was just visiting the store.


haha, ok

they keep on rotating bespoke models between stores
post #15210 of 19802

Better view this time^^ now it reminds me of AS Hutton. on 106 Last.

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