Big thanks to Thierry for flagging up an interesting new range out of France, the JM Casalonga for André 1960s-style footwear range.
A classic from the 1960s is back with two new colour options – the Adidas Gazelle OG trainers.
Loafers aren't to everyone's taste, but if they appeal to you, these Sebago Oxblood High Shine Leather Penny Loafers might well tick the right boxes. An ivy-inspired gem, these Sebago loafers, as well as having that high gloss finish, have a hand-sewn toe and heel, along with a black sole. […]
Hmm…here's something you'll probably have strong opinions about in one way or another – Baracuta starting up its own desert boot range, going by the name of Alliance. Newly-launched with three styles, there's the one above with leather upper (it says, looks like suede), crepe sole, a hand-stitched upper, gold […]
We mentioned about the new store coming a few weeks back, but now we have details of the actual opening of the new J. Simons. Just to remind you, the J. Simons store has closed in Covent Garden, with a new one opening at 46 Chiltern St, London W1U 7QR, […]
We previewed it months ago, but finally, The Ivy Look by Graham Marsh and JP Gaul has finally been released. Not only released, we have a review of it online too. Subtitled 'An Illustrated Pocket Guide', it pretty much aims to be just that, covering the look, the detailing and […]
What is it about artists and footwear? We saw the Pete McKee-designed Clarks boots a shirt while back, now we have some footwear from Sir Peter Blake – specifically The First Real Pop Shoe by Sir Peter Blake. It's available for pre-order now with a September delivery date, limited to […]
Mikkel Rude has added footwear to his range, specifically the 1969 Boot, which is a limited edition made solely for him by Solovair in Northampton. Originally known as Astronaut boots (but no longer as the trademark for those currently resides in Japan), it's an a 11 eyelet boot with air […]