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post #61 of 165
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that single one in the bottom right corner must have been a tough sell
post #62 of 165
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that single one in the bottom right corner must have been a tough sell
As would that single one in the bottom left
post #63 of 165
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As would that single one in the bottom left

he seems not to have sold that one. Its for the days he goes au naturale and leaves his left-foot prosthetic at home.
post #64 of 165
Look, if the guy wants to put on a different Vass shoe on each foot, what's wrong with that? It worked for everyone from Agnelli to teen-agers wearing Chucks in the 80's right?
post #65 of 165
When I took those pics Gabor had one shoe from each pair to use as samples.

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but what do you pair with spectators?

Those look good with washed jeans and lighter summer colors. I think the last time I wore them it was with some PDC washed jeans, a French blue/tan checked shirt and a tan linen sportcoat.
post #66 of 165
Would you have a photo with any of your tan/brown spectators?

Would you also have a photo with your Vass version of red-on-left-foot, blue-on-right-foot 90's Doc Martens look?

Also, do you have a close-up of the chestnut/dark brown spectator?
post #67 of 165
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Would you have a photo with any of your tan/brown spectators? Would you also have a photo with your Vass version of red-on-left-foot, blue-on-right-foot 90's Doc Martens look? Also, do you have a close-up of the chestnut/dark brown spectator?
Also, if there's any chance we could see that contrasting Vass look on a few different floor, pavement, and soil samples, I'd really like to see how the tones match up. And of course, a shot of them on a pile of hundred dollar bills and diamonds would be endlessly helpful as well (I find that the light refraction from the diamonds causes unusual tonal shifts in certain grades of leather, so it would be nice to determine whether I could wear these in my bathroom).
post #68 of 165
Refraction from uncut diamonds?
post #69 of 165
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Refraction from uncut diamonds?

It's subtle, but such a thing does exist (slip of the keyboard, point taken)
post #70 of 165
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Would you have a photo with any of your tan/brown spectators?

Would you also have a photo with your Vass version of red-on-left-foot, blue-on-right-foot 90's Doc Martens look?

Also, do you have a close-up of the chestnut/dark brown spectator?

I found some pics. The colors are looking more red on my monitor than the shoes did in person:














post #71 of 165
Sorry, I meant photos of you wearing them, but those are great too. You have the best file photos.
post #72 of 165
It is dark brown and cognac. I actually never wore the Vass specs, when I finally got the other shoe back from Gabor I was really broke so I sold them. They were cool shoes though.
post #73 of 165
AHarris -- top left in the very first picture = Vass? Those are the perfect jeans shoe IMO. I agree with drizzt, not only because my legs are kinda like his, but because you need a rugged 'country' last since jeans send a rugged cowboy kinda message.
post #74 of 165
Yep, the two pair on the top left are custom Vass, based on their Budapest last. A lot of guys hate the shape of those shoes, especially as they do not photograph well, but I love them with jeans.
post #75 of 165
I've seen a pair in Bergdorf and I just didn't like them, classic though they may be. Didn't look... dainty enough.
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