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post #16 of 20
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No styles currently on their web site like what you describe- but I can check out samples at the WCE over the wknd and see if there might be anything that'd fit the bill if you're interested.
Wow, thanks for the offer Steve. Look forward to hearing about them... Tony
post #17 of 20
Any updates on where Harry's of London can be purchased in the US?
post #18 of 20
Most of their shoes are supposedly handmade in Italy( according to the website) some have Vibram soles.
If you ask me they are far too expensive for what they are and you CAN purchase in the US straight from the websitehttp://www.harrysoflondon.com

Oh and the majority stake is owned, bought 2007, by the Atelier fund, i.e., Dawn Mello former fashion director at Bergdorf Goodman and Marty Wikstrom, former CEO of Harrod's .
Have only been around for the last 10 years.
The Chief Executive Officer of Harry's of London is Giuseppe Bonfiglio and the Creative Director is Kevin Martel.
Groupe Richemont - Johann Rupert - injected a large amount of cash into Atelier fund in 2009
Edited by Dan e gee - 10/23/12 at 11:54am
post #19 of 20
BB carries about a half dozen styles of Harry's of London. A couple dress, one patent leather and some casuals.I havent checked them all out, but did look at the patent leather ( made in Italy ) before setteling on AE's.
post #20 of 20
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Originally Posted by Roger Everett View Post

BB carries about a half dozen styles of Harry's of London. A couple dress, one patent leather and some casuals.I havent checked them all out, but did look at the patent leather ( made in Italy ) before setteling on AE's.

 

saks 5th also carries a few models, not to mention a few flash sales i've seen via gilt groupe where they have sold for around 40-50% off list price.  but what has been on offer via US channels, does not particularly catch my eye.  if you visit them directly via their website, however, there are some nicely designed chukka boots that appear to compete in the same "comfortably fashionable" segment that tod's and ferragamo world also operate in.  but the prices are just way too high . . .

 

http://www.harrysoflondon.com/shoponline/boots/cPath/cPath/7

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