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Dear newly created accounts/joined members, if you want to discuss these issues, visit this thread here http://www.styleforum.net/t/412909/shoemaking-techniques-and-traditions-these-foolish-things.

Thank you, Chogall.

post #212 of 222

Appreciated, Chogall.

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Lottusse Seleccion.

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All those fancy patterning and coloring are distraction from the underlying essence.

 

 

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The other issue is the quality of NV's bespoke work, which is somewhat unique, not yet having its strong house style, but having some quality concerns.  .

Hi @chogall  I just wanted to know why you consider NV´s work to have quality concerns and a lack of essence.  Could you please elaborate?. I do not like much NV´s designs/styles/tintures but I think he is a  different great Cordwainer (tradiction, techniques and materials).  If it is true that his prices for bespoke shoes are around 3.500€, then people have plenty of better alternatives IMO. 

post #215 of 222

I handled some Yanko yesterday with my mother, and this is our opinion, I expected something better, so go deeply dissapointed.

 

http://www.styleforum.net/t/354577/yanko-made-in-spain-shoes/270#post_8078330

post #216 of 222

Your opinion about shoes is not relevant to me at all and I will never go with "mama" to buy a pair of shoes.  

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Carmina.

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Hi @chogall
  I just wanted to know why you consider NV´s work to have quality concerns and a lack of essence.  Could you please elaborate?. I do not like much NV´s designs/styles/tintures but I think he is a  different great Cordwainer (tradiction, techniques and materials).  If it is true that his prices for bespoke shoes are around 3.500€, then people have plenty of better alternatives IMO. 


Good afternoom Zapasman,

I am a newie here and my interest in shoes is growing in the last copule of years

Which other alternativas are you Refering to? Stefano Bemer, Lobb, Corthay, Gaziano... All are charging similar prices isn't it?
Not a costumer, but just to compare styles and work between NV,SB,GG... And the shoemakers below them.

Than is!!!
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Originally Posted by Mr Monkstrap View Post


Good afternoom Zapasman,

I am a newie here and my interest in shoes is growing in the last copule of years

Which other alternativas are you Refering to? Stefano Bemer, Lobb, Corthay, Gaziano... All are charging similar prices isn't it?
Not a costumer, but just to compare styles and work between NV,SB,GG... And the shoemakers below them.

Than is!!!

PM sent.

post #220 of 222
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Originally Posted by Loudly View Post

Are Loewe still making men's shoes? If so, any opinions?

I seem to remember seeing some a couple of years ago, and liked the styling.

Me too!

 

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Edited by BarbaraBrace - 9/16/15 at 10:07am
post #221 of 222
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Lottusse Seleccion.

 

Taking notes here, thanks for the pics!


Edited by stylexchangemtl - 11/3/15 at 11:17am
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hahahaha, you are wellcome.

 

Most people do not pay attention to that bootie just for the fact that they are Lottusse.

 

Good eye, man!!.

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