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Made in the pure French tradition in the Bourgogne region Le Laboureur’s 100% wool jackets are so untouched and natural that they seem to grow directly from the soil. A piece of France to take away. Here is a something to check out for those who anticipate next Fall. The truth is that I’m impressed… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
This Italian brand created in 1929 by Amedeo Testoni always proposes nice shoes like this pair of bown callf leather derbies with a slight cognac sheen. I really like those double stichings finely setting the shoes’ shape off. They are comfortable as well finished as you can see on the pictures below. What I like… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
From today, I am going to show you guys my purchases since the begining of the winter sales. There is a complete outfit starting with this pair of Veja. It comes from the Indigenos collection resleased for AW10. I have picked the camel high version. Althought it might look a bit orange, their real color… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
Steeped in history, Quasso manufactures small leather goods in its homeland, Italy. Since 1611 the Van den Broeke family have been in search of “exotic” material, Q. has kept this philosophy as a main value for his brand, Quasso, launched in 2008. A passion for leather he transmits trough creating and crafting by hand small… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
It has been a long time now that I am lurking on this pair of Android Homme, actually since their were released in September. What I like the most on these Propulsion 2.5 is the use of a tan color mixed with darker yokes. Those latter; the classic Android Homme reverse triangle on the tongue… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
I like the old-school style offered by these brogue boots from the english shoemaker “Grenson”. The Goodyear welted sole is 100% leather made, like the whole shoe and the upper has nice wingtip details. That is what gives this vintage rendering, and that is what we like the most on these Grenson. €234 from My-Wardrobeno validationand3 comments for this article.
Did someone ever present you Bleu de Chauffe? This brand specialized in creating bags inspired from those carried by workers during the 20th century? First, you have to know that 100% of the production is made in France, in the Larzac and Sorgues Valleys. Then, know that all the materials used for their creations are… Read moreno validationand1 comment for this article.
For back to school we fell in love with Trémoulière, a French brand who 100% creates bags in his homeland. Authenticity, simplicity and sturdiness are keywords to use at will when talking about their bags. Actually Trémoulière makes basics, practical, timeless bags that will never go out of fashion. Most important is about production which… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
English are to me the best shoemakers of the world. An example illustrating those words, and not one of the least, with Crockett and Jones. The Hallam shoe is one of their great classics. It’s a basic Oxford with a straight cap coming in a smooth chocolate leather. The sole is Goodyear Welted, also in… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
For AW11 the Belgium fashion designer Kris Van Assche has teamed up with one of the most famous bag’s brand, Eastpak, to create a full collection of premium cotton bags. This one is a canvas made messenger bag featuring the collab’s logo, some press studs and a removable contrasting shoulder strap. The bag also has… Read moreno validationand1 comment for this article.