DWF, I will merely saying Luk Cha's comments were bespoke related. Sorry i was not clear. I at least believe they were bespoke related when we was referring to their new seamless wholecut sample
It's hard not to think of all G&G's as bespoke. They have a certain je ne sais quoi that sets even their RTW line apart from the pack.
That said...and not to diminish it one iota...it's still a "presentation."
Of course, presentation is everything even in bespoke. It is attention to detail, attention to finish, attention to harmony, line, colour, forme, to the most exacting standard. And G&G do that very well.
But "who knows what evil lurks...." I just think they'd be so much better if they weren't held together with glue and duct tape, so to speak.
told you nanobot are needed for the future ;-)
Originally Posted by Pliny
thanks for pics Luk - fantastic collection. Love the ruby red tones in G&G
I think that moreso than a particular shoe, I think their lasts are iconic - specifically the 71 and 73.
For a go to shoe? I can't live without my Westminsters.
Originally Posted by HORNS
Ha Ha Ha Ha!!!!!
Is that true, Stitch?
excuse my delayed reply, i havent checked this thread in a while, but sadly yes
my work calls for a more "casual" attire. i only get to wear my nicer shoes and suits on occasion. so while im not exactly building an empire of shoes for daily wear i do want to have a pair of absolute kick ass shoes when i bust out the MC. right know i have my pre-SF ferragamo loafers and a pair of C&J edgwares all in black. the time for a pair of vintage oak G&Gs is fast approaching for me. you have any recs, though im pretty much sold on the westminster right now. still deciding on if i want the MH71 or TG73.