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Cleverley Summer Trunk Show in Boston

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by jon5986, Jun 4, 2009.

  1. pledge

    pledge Well-Known Member

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    That is defiantly a shoe I would be interested in! Is that from Cleverley's old book of shoes made by Anthony?

    Correct, courtesy of centipede. Start the bandwagon!
     
  2. windrunner

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    I'd definitely be in for that in RTW [​IMG]
     
  3. fritzl

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    Alas, no faux-laces, but it is a side-lace:

    [​IMG]


    is this from the ladies collection?
     
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    Correct, courtesy of centipede. Start the bandwagon!


    Empty your inbox. It is no longer accepting messages.
     
  6. fritzl

    fritzl Well-Known Member

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    More likely from the Maftei men's catalogue [​IMG] http://www.maftei.at/?page=schuhmode...=2&item_id=126
    it's alive [​IMG] seriously, in a globalized world tendencies cannot be ignored. i had some thoughts, how small operations like i.e. scheer, balint, maftei... will meet the challenges of an open market. at the moment it looks like, they try to satisfy the international clientele. time will tell. ps: may i invite you to my cause "operation paprika"? something tells me, i saw a medwards model there... who knows?
     
  7. Michael Ay329

    Michael Ay329 Well-Known Member

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    I have this shoe in mind, it is a bit different than the usual Cleverley imitation laced side gussetted full brogue.

    Maybe I'll give it a bite of Mr. Glasgow is fine with reviving the Anthony Cleverley lineage. Interesting how on my previously posted pair, the inside says Anthony Cleverley

    http://centipede.web.fc2.com/anthony/20.html
     
  8. pledge

    pledge Well-Known Member

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    Alas, no faux-laces, but it is a side-lace:

    [​IMG]


    Good news! Mr. Glasgow said he'll put the shoe into production if there is enough interest. Again, this shoe is from the Anthony Cleverley line and is a step above the original "semi-bespoke" line. Right now, Jon and I are ready to place an order for the shoe, but we'll need several more of you to commit. If anyone else is interseted, just reply to ths thread.
     
  9. eh5678

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    Good news! Mr. Glasgow said he'll put the shoe into production if there is enough interest. Again, this shoe is from the Anthony Cleverley line and is a step above the original "semi-bespoke" line. Right now, Jon and I are ready to place an order for the shoe, but we'll need several more of you to commit. If anyone else is interseted, just reply to ths thread.

    I would commit to a pair as well.

    Any further details on this?
     

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