Pierre Corthay’s shoes are wicked, you might even say satanic. In this case the name fits perfectly just like his shoes.
The Satan whole cut is an evil piece of shoemaking epitomized by the sculpted toe. These shoes are not for the timid or traditionalist they are bold and meant to be worn with a bit of devilish swagger.
We are stocking a limited number of Satan in Bergeronette, a rich caramel brown ideal with grey’s, blue’s, and brown’s and as always a pair of dark denim jeans.
Check Availability HERE.
Satan 001 Last, Bergeronette Calfskin
The “Arca”, by Pierre Corthay is simple, elegant and flatters both the foot and wardrobe. No wonder it’s the most ordered shoe at Leffot.
Our next order in Burgundy will arrive in a few weeks and it promises to be a beauty.
Veau Lie de Vin
Black with Gold Piping
Black with Granny Apple Green Piping
Black with Purple Lining
Black with Canary Yellow Piping
A shoe becomes it’s own simply by changing colors or leathers. To demonstrate this point here is the Corthay Wilfrid in several versions, which we have ordered for clients. The Wilfrid is among the more popular Corthay styles.
Wilfrid 002 Last Ardillat Nude – Ebene Suede
Wilfrid 001 Last Black Calf – Black Suede
Wilfrid 001 Last Black Calf – Burgundy Calf
Wilfrid 002 Last Black Calf – Celadon Patent
Wilfrid 001 Last Olive Calf – Black Suede
Wilfrid 002 Last Bergeronette Calf – Ebene Suede
Wilfrid 002 Last Bergeronette Calf