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Good stuff! More Japanese magazine scans (translated) please ! worship.gif

 

+1. This should be a topic to itself.

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Where but where do I know these from? biggrin.gif
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Where but where do I know these from? biggrin.gif

Your awesome blog! I do follow it almost every day ;)

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Nice shoes, everyone. Where does one go to get shoes custom designed? 

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Nice shoes, everyone. Where does one go to get shoes custom designed? 

Many brands/shomakers would do it for you if you are willing to pay? One of them is www.bespoke-england.co.uk

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Bocache Salvucci Calzolai

 

700

 

Pierre Corthay (please, forgive the shoe trees, the real ones are getting cleaned after an incident)

 

700

 

Dimitri Gomez

 

700

 

Bocache Salvucci Calzolai

 

700

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Bocache Salvucci Calzolai Deets?

Lucky you I bet the LMVHR Dimitri will not be the same.
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Bocache Salvucci Calzolai Deets?
Lucky you I bet the LMVHR Dimitri will not be the same.

 

I think you meant Anthony Delos. Dimitri is still by himself at C&J in Paris.

 

But I agree with you on the facts. He probably needed some cash and who has more than LVMH?

 

For Bocache Salvucci, it's a Roman shoe-maker. They're a duo. One is specialized in purchasing skins and the other is the shoe-maker. http://www.bocachesalvucci.com/

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The last ones from Bocache Salvucci in Antelope

 

I'm just crazy about how the leather feels

 

 

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700

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I think you meant Anthony Delos. Dimitri is still by himself at C&J in Paris.

But I agree with you on the facts. He probably needed some cash and who has more than LVMH?

For Bocache Salvucci, it's a Roman shoe-maker. They're a duo. One is specialized in purchasing skins and the other is the shoe-maker. http://www.bocachesalvucci.com/
They opened this summer or maybe just before summer, right? A beautiful shop, with a piano. I visited a few times and spoke with one of them. He visits London but not New York, at the moment.
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They opened this summer or maybe just before summer, right? A beautiful shop, with a piano. I visited a few times and spoke with one of them. He visits London but not New York, at the moment.

 

They indeed opened their new shop before summer. They used to work with Sartoria Ripense on Via di Ripetta (my tailor) but have now their own shop, nice place. I guess you talked with Gian Luca, the shoemaker, as his partner doesn't speak English. He's travelling all over Europe and the Middle-East but not to the US yet. Time to make a sign-up list to make him come smile.gif

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Pierre Corthay (please, forgive the shoe trees, the real ones are getting cleaned after an incident)

Who repairs shoe trees? The hollowed out Corthay trees are gorgeous and I hope you get them back in good condition.
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They indeed opened their new shop before summer. They used to work with Sartoria Ripense on Via di Ripetta (my tailor) but have now their own shop, nice place. I guess you talked with Gian Luca, the shoemaker, as his partner doesn't speak English. He's travelling all over Europe and the Middle-East but not to the US yet. Time to make a sign-up list to make him come smile.gif
They do beautiful work. I spent some time listening Gian Luca try to persuade me that we could work long distance once he measured me, but I was a bit skeptical to begin with and was pretty busy in Rome. What I shoud have done is had him measure me then and once I know I whether I will return to Rome again this Summer, which is likely, place an order to be ready for a fitting when I arrive.
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Boots from Vickermann & Stoya

Cordovan and Bordeaux Suede
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