Gaziano & Girling shoes are a precise exercise in unique style. It’s difficult to overstate what a talented designer Tony Gaziano is and what a fine shoemaker Dean Girling is.
In 2008, Leffot was the first American shop to offer Gaziano & Girling’s ready to wear collection, and in a sense G&G and Leffot have grown up together. We are proud of our relationship with G&G and are very pleased to have Tony Gaziano join us for our trunk show on May 18 from 11:00 to 7:00. If you are a fan of G&G we hope you’ll find the time to visit and meet Tony.
We will be taking orders for Made to Order RTW and Deco range shoes. Bespoke appointments are also welcome.
You are cordially invited to join us for a trunk show with Quoddy on May 15 and 16 from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm. Jon Bergman will be here to present the collection.
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.
We encourage you to take advantage of this unique opportunity to meet Jon and have a look at all of Quoddy’s offerings.
We cordially invite you to join us for a trunk show with Corthay on April 30 and May 1 from 11:00 am – 7:00 pm.
Corthay 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.
In 2010 he was awarded the honor of “Master of Art” by the government of France and creates shoes that are simply genius. The Master of Art designation of France, while not widely known in the States, is not bestowed lightly. In short, it means that the individual or firm is a cultural icon.