Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by dddrees, Feb 22, 2013.
Do people need to knee down for the customer?
In Japan, they always kneel in front of a sitting customer... you've probably experienced that in nicer Japanese restaurants...
not sure why M. Mandonini was though
At $8K a pair - hard to say no in this climate....agree the witch snout toe sticks out like a sore thumb.
especially when a client about to pay $8K for a pair of shoes....
haha, I only eat relatively cheap in Japan.
There are plenty of nice place to eat in Hong Kong anyway.
I thought kneeing in front of a shoe purchasing customer is a bit too much. Due to my chinese custom, men ought to knee only in exceptional situations.
$8K.... well lawyers don't knee in front of their Clients in IPO offer projects....
there are several "ways" to win the lead IPO...offer your client several pairs of $8K shoes.....
stuff them in paper brown bags.
So much fail in these past pages.
These are gorgeous... 7000 Last, Dark Brown Museum Calf
Those are amazing
Just got my JL TUdor back from JL after a resole. JL did a great job (though at a cost)
Congrats! Mind sharing how much it was for a recraft/resole?
Thanks NC it was approx. US$400 excluding shipping
Yup. I think I'll topy next time
I think I've posted these before but not in this thread.
My Derby II's after I gave them a polish.
And my most recent addition. John Lobb x Paul Smith Willoughby in grey cashmere suede.
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