What do you mean with that "me too"? IMHO the high-end shoe market is way too fragmentend so you can't realy point out any 'styles'. You have to see Bergshoeff more as a custom shoemaker. It' not really a brand like Lobb or Berluti.
What I meant by the "me too" comment is that many many many shoe companies have now started to make shoes with either a chisel, or enlongated or both... just go to Italy and see. As for the high end shoe market being fragmented? How so? Berluti certainly have a look, so does EG, Lobb, Santoni, etc, etc, etc.... these manufacturers have their own 'personalities', and we have not discussed bespoke yet.... and most of the more famous makers also have a certain style/finishing/last making skill that they are known for. What do you mean by Bergshoeff as a "custom shoemaker?" and not a brand? You cannot look at it in that way... since he is a bespoke shoemaker, you should look at his lastmaking and patternmaking skills and compare that to what the bespoke artisans at the larger houses produce... in that respect, I do not see Bergshoeff as being at the same level.