- Aug 12, 2011
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Shouldn't the need of these shoemakers putting their apprenticeship on their resume be a vote of confidence of the skill of their masters in UK/Europe?I haven't touch many bespoke shoes from the Europe so I am not sure how good are they.
And as I've stated before, the Japanese makers combines their industrial cultural with the art form of their UK/Italy masters and became distinct and maybe sometimes superior choices. I think most of them are a cross of French and Italian shoes despite a lot of them learned their craft at the Cordwainers College and apprenticed under Lobb London and Cleverley.