Lots of shoe pics from "Last" and "World Masterpieces"...

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by edmorel, Aug 20, 2006.

  1. edmorel

    edmorel Quality Seller!! Dubiously Honored

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    Just some pics (some not that good unfortunately) from Last Vol. 5 and World Masterpieces.

    Why doesn't Johnston and Murphy sell these shoes in the US?
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    Probably my favorite Zegna's ever
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    Nice red Lattanzi's
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    Just some beautiful monks from different makers
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    Never seen these C&J's
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    Berluti makes beautiful RTW wholecuts
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    Lance, if you ever get these tan and green Mantellassi spectators, they're mine.
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    I thought I loved these Stefano Branchini's in spite of the protruding square sole, now I think I like them because of them
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    Lobb Italy????????
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    Gorgeous Corthay's
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    Lidfort wholecuts
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    More Monk love
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    Classics
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    funk_soul_brother Senior member

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    if only i were wealthy. i would own such an abundance of shoes, it would require a closet the size of mariah carey's. (which if you haven't seen her spread in Architectural Digest --- i'm sure you can imagine that its a rather large closet).
     
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    Monks and austerity brogues are two of my weaknesses. You just punched me right in the gut.

    Particularly like the look of the Morandis... And the JMs!
     

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