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The latest few pairs of bespoke on G&G blogs are awesome.  But I have not yet seen a bespoke G&G with a refined round toe shape similar to JLP and Delos.

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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

From G&G tumblr, apparently for Mr. RL:
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Plain, toe, blobby, old-fashioned, large buckle Monkstrap? And in black calfskin? That guy needs to troll here - We'll teach 'em a thing or two. Then I can give him a couple pointers on how to run that multi-billion dollar company of his. Newb

His second pair is the same shoe with a medallion, lol.
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i think some are missing the tongue and cheek tone of namor.
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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

From G&G tumblr, apparently for Mr. RL:
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Plain, toe, blobby, old-fashioned, large buckle Monkstrap? And in black calfskin? That guy needs to troll here - We'll teach 'em a thing or two. Then I can give him a couple pointers on how to run that multi-billion dollar company of his. Newb

I am not surprised of Mr. Lauren's choice. When it comes to shoes, his has always been very simple and understated. Not my choice, but I respect his taste. G&G have made shoes for RL Purple Label before. I am not certain if they still do, but they should. It will expand teh brand at least at the RTW level.
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There is some small diferences between the two monks aside from the obvious medallion.
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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

From G&G tumblr, apparently for Mr. RL:
Photobucket Pictures, Images and Photos
Plain, toe, blobby, old-fashioned, large buckle Monkstrap? And in black calfskin? That guy needs to troll here - We'll teach 'em a thing or two. Then I can give him a couple pointers on how to run that multi-billion dollar company of his. Newb

       are you sure that isn't blue ?

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Originally Posted by NAMOR View Post

Plain, toe, blobby, old-fashioned, large buckle Monkstrap? And in black calfskin? That guy needs to troll here - We'll teach 'em a thing or two. Then I can give him a couple pointers on how to run that multi-billion dollar company of his. Newb

I like the GG06 last redface.gif
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They're MUCH better than any shoes I own!!

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I think these look a lot better

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by Saratorial_Splender View Post

These just came in. As usual, packaging by Nick is impeccable.
G&G Double Strap Monks MAYFAIR TG73 last in Polo Suede Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)








Might I say, for doubters, these are in UK 13E!

Wow those are damn nice.
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Would so wear this at summer.

 

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Originally Posted by Hampton View Post

Would so wear this at summer.


+1

gorgeous!
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Originally Posted by mrbrioni View Post


+1
gorgeous!

The only question now is how do you pull something like that off? With jeans...?

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Originally Posted by Hampton View Post

The only question now is how do you pull something like that off? With jeans...?

No jeans. A lot of sassy pants work with this though. There's something odd to me about the sole color though. i'm not sure why, but I think it might be the thickness.
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No jeans. A lot of sassy pants work with this though. There's something odd to me about the sole color though. i'm not sure why, but I think it might be the thickness.

Noted thought that aswell, but it looks kinda cool I think on those pair.

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