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post #5371 of 19666
That navy horween shell would look awesome in an austerity brogue....hmmm
post #5372 of 19666
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Originally Posted by Morgan View Post
Penny loafer damage from the Polo sale:




that color..
post #5373 of 19666
there are some C&J in a smaller size on B&S unline shell loafers if you are a 7.7E then your lucks in
post #5374 of 19666
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post
^ That bottom pair is beautiful. Would look great in a chocolate museum calf.

That will be in 6 different colours. Whatever chocolate museum calf means - dark brown will be in the selection, just like black.
post #5375 of 19666
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Originally Posted by MarcellHUN View Post
That will be in 6 different colours. Whatever chocolate museum calf means - dark brown will be in the selection, just like black.

Good stuff! What the price looking like?
post #5376 of 19666
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post
Good stuff! What the price looking like?

I believe introductory price will be around 850 USD.
post #5377 of 19666
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Originally Posted by MarcellHUN View Post
That will be in 6 different colours. Whatever chocolate museum calf means - dark brown will be in the selection, just like black.

‘Museum Calf’ (as JLP calls it) is an aniline calf with a hand-applied antique finish, produced by the Italian tannery Ilcea.

http://www.ilceaspa.com/



The tannery itself calls the leather Radica.

I presume, what SpooPoker is asking: will the final shoes be as flat in colouring as the samples,
or will they be antiqued, either working with ‘antiqued’ hides or using ‘crust’, which will be dyed on the finished shoe?
post #5378 of 19666
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Originally Posted by Morgan View Post
Penny loafer damage from the Polo sale:




Very nice...
post #5379 of 19666
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Originally Posted by Morgan View Post
Penny loafer damage from the Polo sale:

The best penny loafer ever...
post #5380 of 19666
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Originally Posted by bengal-stripe View Post
"˜Museum Calf' (as JLP calls it) is an aniline calf with a hand-applied antique finish, produced by the Italian tannery Ilcea.

The tannery itself calls the leather Radica.

I presume, what SpooPoker is asking: will the final shoes be as flat in colouring as the samples,
or will they be antiqued, either working with "˜antiqued' hides or using "˜crust', which will be dyed on the finished shoe?

This is exactly what I meant. Thanks Bengal.
post #5381 of 19666
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Originally Posted by MarcellHUN View Post
Koronya upcoming RTW collection (pretty small, but at least finally I start...)



Any double monks coming?
post #5382 of 19666
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Originally Posted by allaboutshoes View Post
Any double monks coming?

Not this year, but I made those patterns already.
post #5383 of 19666
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Originally Posted by bengal-stripe View Post
"˜Museum Calf' (as JLP calls it) is an aniline calf with a hand-applied antique finish, produced by the Italian tannery Ilcea.

http://www.ilceaspa.com/



The tannery itself calls the leather Radica.

I presume, what SpooPoker is asking: will the final shoes be as flat in colouring as the samples,
or will they be antiqued, either working with "˜antiqued' hides or using "˜crust', which will be dyed on the finished shoe?

Thanks for this! I will contact them.
post #5384 of 19666
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Originally Posted by MarcellHUN View Post
Not this year, but I made those patterns already.

they can wait...
post #5385 of 19666
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Originally Posted by g.michael View Post
Thanks. The loafer fits TTS. I am a solid 10.5C in most AE and Aldens. My only choice was to size down to a 10D for these, as well as the wings and PTB. The wings and PTB have room to spare but the loafers are dead on for 10D. They are snug for me and a hair more length would be ideal, but they work. When I wear them sockless they are perfect. Thin socks, good. Thicker socks, a little tight at the tips.

But just gorgeous shoes. Definitely worth it if the fit is in the ballpark.

I bought the lighter color and have to return because they're too small.
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