Crockett and Jones, the venerable English shoe and bootmaker, has a pretty good following over at the Men's Clothing board. However, the brand seems to be expanding distribution to outlets that would be more on SW&D's radar (likely to take advantage of the big increase in interest in men's high end shoes). Like Alden, the company makes shoes and boots that can be work both in business and casual settings, with wool pants and with denim. I've noticed C&J expanding their offerings at stores like Barneys to include more "fashion forward" items. For example, they launched this suede chukka on a red dainite sole at Barneys this year. http://www.barneys.com/Hartland/5010...efault,pd.html The brand has also started to distribute to J Crew. The various J Crew stores in NY have a number of models stocked, including short wingtips on dainite soles, black captoes on danite soles, regular brown captoes, etc. The fall line at J Crew seems to include wingtip boots in both pebble grain and seude as well as a chelsea boot. I personally bought the tan pebble grain "Coniston" boot from J Crew a few months ago. Sitting on a dainite sole, the boot is great for rainy spring days. I wear these with denim and chinos. Here is a picture of mine below: In addition, Crockett and Jones is another large manufacturer of cordovan shoes; most notably, they make Ralph Lauren's cordovan wingtips, loafers, PTBs, chukkas, etc. Most often these are marketed under the Darlton or Marlow lines. http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/i...entPage=family http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/i...entPage=family http://www.ralphlauren.com/product/i...entPage=family It's a sunny day here, so I'm going to try to get a nice outdoor photo of my Darlton cordovan tassels to post later in the day or tomorrow. In addition to RL, I believe Crockett and Jones makes branded shoes for Paul Stuart, among others. If you guys know of any other, please post them here. C&J shoes are well constructed and just look damn good. I know some people own these shoes on these forums; let's consolidate the info and create a good thread for visitors to learn more about them.