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Saint Crispin’s MTOs

Headquartered in Austria and made in Romania, all Saint Crispin’s shoes are handcrafted by a small team of artisans, craftsmen and women. Their shoes are quite possibly as close to a bespoke fit as you will find in a ready to wear shoe. And while that may sound like a big statement, in our opinion these shoes are top flight all the way.

We recently received a shipment of Saint Crispin’s made-to-order shoes and present them here for your viewing pleasure.

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Gaziano & Girling MTOs

We just got in a shipment of beautiful Gaziano and Girling made to order shoes, so we’d like to take the opportunity to share some of them with you.

G&G shoes are distinctive for their superb craftsmanship, meticulous style, and sharp, modern look. You can see all three of these characteristics in the shoes here, all made to order for our clients.

Our fall trunk show with Gaziano & Girling is on October 24.

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Edward Green MTOs

Edward Green is regarded by many to be “the finest shoes in England for the discerning few.” A more classic English shoe would be hard to find. Having been in business for more than 120 years, Edward Green has become discreetly famous for probably the finest welted shoes.

We recently received a shipment of Edward Green made-to-order shoes, and they’re as beautiful and elegant as ever. We present them here for your viewing pleasure.

Our fall trunk show with Edward Green will be on October 29 and 30.

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Gaziano & Girling MTOs

We just got in a shipment of beautiful Gaziano and Girling made to order shoes, so we’d like to take the opportunity to share some of them with you.

G&G shoes are distinctive for their superb craftsmanship, meticulous style, and sharp, modern look. You can see all three of these characteristics in the shoes here, all made to order for our clients.

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Saint Crispin’s MTOs

Headquartered in Austria and made in Romania, all Saint Crispin’s shoes are handcrafted by a small team of artisans, craftsmen and women. Their shoes are quite possibly as close to a bespoke fit as you will find in a ready to wear shoe. And while that may sound like a big statement, in our opinion these shoes are top flight all the way.

We recently received a shipment of Saint Crispin’s Made to Order shoes and present them here for your viewing pleasure.

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Quoddy MTOs

This week we received a shipment of made-to-order shoes from Quoddy. All of Quoddy’s shoes are moccasin stitched, and their method of construction creates a shoe that functions like a glove for your foot. It surrounds your foot in supple leather, and allows your foot muscles, bones, and tendons to support you as they were intended to, while offering protection, cushioning, and style. MTO Quoddys can be customized to your liking from a range of leathers and soles. We present a few here for your viewing pleasure.

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Saint Crispin’s MTOs

Headquartered in Austria and made in Romania, all Saint Crispin’s shoes are handcrafted by a small team of artisans, craftsmen and women. Their shoes are quite possibly as close to a bespoke fit as you will find in a ready to wear shoe. And while that may sound like a big statement, in our opinion these shoes are top flight all the way.

We recently received a shipment of Saint Crispin’s Made to Order shoes and present them here for your viewing pleasure.

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Corthay MTOs

Our spring trunk show with Pierre Corthay will be this Thursday and Friday from 11 to 7. Pierre is arguably one of France’s most dynamic shoemakers; his shoes are elegant and ultra sophisticated, like small works of art. He began his shoemaking career at Les Compagnons du Tour de France, a venerable crafts guild. He later worked for John Lobb Paris before taking over as atelier head at Berluti. In 1990 he struck out on his own and has not looked back.

Pierre will be here for two days to accept custom ready-to-wear and bespoke orders. When a master shoemaker visits it’s a rare opportunity, and one you won’t want to miss.

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