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Eric Glennie.
Huzzah.
post #17 of 32
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I'm wearing their 002 boots today.  I like them a lot.  I have never handled their suede.

Any feedback on the lasts? 

post #18 of 32
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Any feedback on the lasts? 

Just gotta look a little harder (it's under "Shoe Guide" in the online shop): http://zonkeyboot.com/shop/page/sizes-and-fitting

I recall reading somewhere that Zonkeyboot was associated with Saint Crispin somehow
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Just gotta look a little harder (it's under "Shoe Guide"): http://zonkeyboot.com/shop/page/sizes-and-fitting
I recall reading somewhere that Zonkeyboot was associated with Saint Crispin somehow

Cheers.

http://zonkeyboot.com/shop/catalog/product/zerothreeeight-jotter

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ambrosi
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Battistoni -- I have a couple of their ties and they're beautiful. 

De Curtis 1961

Allegri

L.B.M. 1911

Rose & Born

 

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I think some people, including the OP, are having some trouble with the notion of 'unknown'. Rubinacci, LBM 1911, Belvest, Caruso, Isaia, Borelli, Partenopea, Saint Crispin etc. are all well-known (not to say, aspirational and iconic) here and would be to anyone who pays any attention to men's clothing or reads any men's magazines. Even Jack/Knife has had some exposure here (from Urban Composition in particular, I recall).

 

They may not be well-known to the general public, but then almost every brand people are interested in here is outside the worldview of the general public.
 

post #23 of 32

Corneliani

 

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post #24 of 32
Off the top of my head and mostly non-bespoke:

For knitwear:
Avon Celli
Cariaggi
Lockie
Laing

For tailored items:
Cantarelli
Smalto
De Corato
Orazio Luciano

For outerwear:
Mandelli

For ties:
L’escalier d’argent
Passagio
Cravatte

For leather goods:
Ron Rider
Bertrand Montillet
post #25 of 32
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Just gotta look a little harder (it's under "Shoe Guide" in the online shop): http://zonkeyboot.com/shop/page/sizes-and-fitting
I recall reading somewhere that Zonkeyboot was associated with Saint Crispin somehow

Zonkey Boots co-founder Michael Rollig is also the co-founder of Saint Crispins
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Off the top of my head and mostly non-bespoke:
For knitwear:
Avon Celli
Cariaggi
Lockie
Laing
For tailored items:
Cantarelli
Smalto
De Corato
Orazio Luciano
For outerwear:
Mandelli
For ties:
L’escalier d’argent
Passagio
Cravatte
For leather goods:
Ron Rider
Bertrand Montillet

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post #27 of 32
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Just unknown is all
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did you make these up? wink.gif

I wish. After I typed that I realized just how sad my life has become...
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I wish. After I typed that I realized just how sad my life has become...

now, now. its alright. smile.gif
post #30 of 32
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These are pretty well known on SF though but I'm assuming you mean to the general public.

The general public probably couldn't tell you what Zegna is. smile.gif

Not sure about the quality, but the obscurest brands I can think of are:

Guilty Brotherhood
and
Conference of Birds (both are French street labels if I'm not mistaken)
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