Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Harrydog, Mar 11, 2012.
I would think so. If not Jermyn St. Would do it, and include trees.
Yeah...82...the banana last.
A decent find (even if I say so myself!) with these Edward Green suede brogues sourced from the States, branded 'Trafalgar' and with the UK size hidden and replaced with the American size, written above.
^^those are nice
Those are "old" Edward Green (presumably from the 1970s), before John Hlustik bought the run-down company as a going concern with all the debts in 1981 or 82 for one Pound Stirling..
The last 88 (Hlustik: "the great 88") was initially created for Foster & Son (don't know the year).
^Great stuff, cheers for the information!
I really like these -
The "Cowes" in Burnt Pine
Wanted: RLPL Grant and MacKay in Dark Oak and Black, US size 10.5
I, on the other hand, do not.
Neither do I.
Might have been better as an oxford.
The "Cowes" is a variation on EG's classic "Windsor". The original Windsor sports a very extravagant medallion.
Some years back (when he was with EG) Tony Gaziano re-created the "Windsor" as a limited editon for the London Lounge, again with a medallion, different to the original:
Looks like the Sandringham without the peak. I don't like without the peak.
Ls had a sandringham in cognac crup that looked amazing they sold at even with the 2k hit to the wallet. Not quite sure if I was happy or sad about that?
+1, the U can look good as an oxford but doesnt look right as a blucher.
Damn Guido, 20 posts since 2006 isn't much. You must be the "anti-in stitches"?
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