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Nick,
Do you know what lether was used on the black Deco Holden above, not the hatch grain brown one, but teh blackone from G&G tumbler.

Looks like pigskin.
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Anhony Delos sells out to Berluti (LVMH)!
Anthony Delos has sold his firm to LVMH (owners of Berluti). His workshop will be owned by LVMH and Anthony and his staff will be only employees. It is a sad news that someone so talented like Antony Delos is forced to come under the umbrella of LVMH. In the future it is possible to see an Antony Delos RTW. Delos has been self-employed since 2004 and has built a strong reputation.
post #4983 of 12506

Already posted this icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

 

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post #4984 of 12506
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i dont think so.... that would be crass..

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post #4985 of 12506

They are, i'm very much for these kind of shoes then the wild ones. Would look super great with a business suit. The toes are great!

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One of the most stunning shoes I've seen for a while. Dark Hatch Grain Bespoke Wholecut model...Simple but Stunning!
post #4986 of 12506

You've got to have a couple of wild ones tho nod[1].gif

 

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They are, i'm very much for these kind of shoes then the wild ones. Would look super great with a business suit. The toes are great!

post #4987 of 12506

Of course, actually I like most shoes from G&G. But when it comes to the buying part I always take classic/simple ones, sad that :(

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You've got to have a couple of wild ones tho nod%5B1%5D.gif

 

post #4988 of 12506

You need to get something different.

 

What G&G's do you own at the moment? 

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Of course, actually I like most shoes from G&G. But when it comes to the buying part I always take classic/simple ones, sad that :(

post #4989 of 12506

Cambridge in vintage oak. But i'm saying shoes in general not only from G&G. But in summer I was thinking about spicing it up with ''Nice'' but that never went off (can't wait that long) So now i'm thinking of St James in suede (still simple tho)

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You need to get something different.

 

What G&G's do you own at the moment? 

post #4990 of 12506

Ive got a "Nice" coming in leather in the next couple of weeks looking forward to it. Should look a little like this but slightly lighter in Brandy Calf

 

 

 

 

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Cambridge in vintage oak. But i'm saying shoes in general not only from G&G. But in summer I was thinking about spicing it up with ''Nice'' but that never went off (can't wait that long) So now i'm thinking of St James in suede (still simple tho)

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Cambridge in vintage oak. But i'm saying shoes in general not only from G&G. But in summer I was thinking about spicing it up with ''Nice'' but that never went off (can't wait that long) So now i'm thinking of St James in suede (still simple tho)

I think you need to step out of your comfort zone. Style is not in conflict with classic. Try something that is not always business like, Chester, Mayfair, Cannes, Biarritz.
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Ive got a "Nice" coming in leather in the next couple of weeks looking forward to it. Should look a little like this but slightly lighter in Brandy Calf





Nice choice. I am not crazy about the tassle though, so many easily broke in the past.
post #4993 of 12506
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I think you need to step out of your comfort zone. Style is not in conflict with classic. Try something that is not always business like, Chester, Mayfair, Cannes, Biarritz.

I should. Do you have pics of the last 3?

post #4994 of 12506

When your paying G&G prices you hope it stays on happy.gif have you had a pair with the tassel coming off? 

 

I like you can see the detail more with the leather more than the suede. 

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Nice choice. I am not crazy about the tassle though, so many easily broke in the past.
post #4995 of 12506

Well I would take the ''Nice'' in suede looks nicer.

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