- Nov 5, 2007
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One of the sales staff in London mentioned this to me recently. This new range under development (and a year away), will be slim, sleek, and modern.
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Slimmer, sleeker and more modern than the 888 and 82 lasts? Those are as slick as I like to go before heading into pointy-ville. Sounds no bueno to me.
maybe they'll go blake stitched
Interesting. There is a real arms race brewing amongst the top British RTW makers.
Why do people think there is something inherently wrong with blake stitched shoes? I used to care about Goodyear welted until I tried my first pair of Blake stitched 4 years ago and haven't had any regrets since. Now I frankly don't care what method is used.
If the reports of this new range are true, I would hope they are doing more chiseled lasts with heavier antiquing like berluti, santoni, bontoni, etc.