I'm London based, so I'm not aware what goes on outside these isles (if things are different.). Dunhill in London (two stores) does not sell shoes, neither are they mentioned on the website. A few years ago they had a few ranges (made by Alfred Sargent), the majority ended up in the sale. I still have a pair (bought at half price) Â in 1999 or 2000: basically a copy of J.M. Weston's house style loafer. I presume Dunhill operates similar than other multiple retailers where the local managers have the pick from the wholesale collection: they can stock everything or leave out certain items they feel they cannot sell. Whether the shoe shop in the Dunhill Hong Kong get their supply from the Dunhill wholesale catalogue or are in effect more or less an independent franchise I do not know. Both are possibilities. I've only been the other day in the New & Lingwood shop, there they stock under the Poulsen Skone name only the Edward Green made, Cleverley designed shoes as seen on the website. No rubber soles or anything casual. I remember reading, maybe a year ago, an interview with New & Lingwwod's MD, where he stated that he wanted to market the label wholesale and eventually establish an international presence. Maybe they sold or leased the Poulsen Skone label on to some Italian shoe manufacturer who is also owned by the current owners of Dunhill (French owned the last time I looked). Sometimes you have venerable, historical names flying about, without any backing by a shop, let alone production facilities in real life. Peal & Co, Alan McAffee, Washington Tremlett (there must be others) spring to mind. With so many things virtual these days, why not have virtual brands? Maybe one day they might even want to revive the name Sulka.