Shoe Damage Report & Porn Central - Part I

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by von Rothbart, May 12, 2006.

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  1. Christofuh

    Christofuh Senior member

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    Are those Carlyle monks ?
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    Are those Carlyle monks ?
    Yes.
     


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    I like!!! A lot!!

    These pictures show the shoes so much better than the catalogue. Not that there is anything wrong with the catalogue, it is top notch. But these pics really tell the story. Judging from them, there is a new line at the top of the English RTW shoe pyramid!! Thanks TR!
     


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    WOW!! The live pictures of the bespoke look as good as those in catalog but the RTWs look so much better in live pictures. Thanks TR for taking the risk of being banned by G&G in all future trunck shows to take all those pictures.[​IMG]
     


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    I kind of want them all... haha
     


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    sho'nuff grrrrrrrr!!

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    incredible shoes! i will definitely have to look into getting a pair of g and g as well!
     


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    Beautiful work in the G&Gs, but I don't especially like the narrow waist and the higher heel. A little too feminine and excessively dramatic for my tastes.
     


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    I think the narrow waist is a sign of better quality construction. Most bespoke shoes like the ones I have are significantly less chunky looking as a result.
     


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    I think the narrow waist is a sign of better quality construction. Most bespoke shoes like the ones I have are significantly less chunky looking as a result.
    Plus the shoe really hugs your foot.
     


  10. Artisan Fan

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    Yes. [​IMG]
     


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    great pic's and now i cant wait to get mine!!, bespoke looks even a better option and something i will have to start saving for! on my next trip to the uk! i am lucky my wife is a shoe person too[​IMG]
     


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    Alden special limited edition brogues in shell cordovan

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    Those are crazy Z, I love them. Which last is that, Barrie?
     


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    No, it's kind of a rounded square. I'm guessing Plaza? How can you tell?
     


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