Saint Crispin Shoes Coming Soon

Founded in 1992 Saint Crispin’s is recognized as a leader in design and craftsmanship of fine European footwear. As such they only work with very fine selected partners around the world. Leffot is very proud to be among this exclusive group. We have been chosen as the exclusive stockist in New York, our first stock order is scheduled to arrive in October.

Headquartered in Vienna, Saint Crispin’s does not follow the Viennese tradition exclusively but produces a style, which is appreciated all over the world.

Their workshop is located in Brasov, Romania, where a small team of artisan’s, craftsmen and women have been highly trained within the company. Some key employees have been with them for nearly 20 years. This continuity reinforces the extremely high level of quality and consistency found in their shoes.

With an output of approximately 1,200 pairs per year Saint Crispin’s is one the smallest shoe manufactures in Europe but highly appreciated amongst shoe and fashion aficionados all over the world for their craftsmanship and design.

Since they can answer nearly any request regarding design, color, material used or just simple accessories like hand-stitched applications they excel at made to order shoes. That is because the business model is based on single pair orders, which allows them to respond to the request of customers with a delivery time between 7 to 9 weeks.

Our first order will be here soon and comprises six models. We would love to show them to you but since they are still in production we do not have pictures. We can show you the styles and tell you the last they will be on, of course some of the colors/leathers will be different than the images below.

Mr. Phillip Car Managing Director of Saint Crispin’s will be here for the first Trunk Show in New York on November 8th & 9th, we invite you to visit us.

 

Model 523, Chiseled Last

Model 546, Riva Last

Model  532FC, Riva Last

Model 108, Riva Last

Model 505, Chiseled Last

Model 542, Chiseled Last

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