Church's f/w 11 Shoes

Part of the Church's f/w 11 collection. Very wintery. I especially like the speckly soles.

An Interview with George Glasgow Jr of George Cleverley

What influences your shoe designs? Music? Art? Designers?
What’s interesting is that we make shoes personally for some of the biggest names in fashion today. So perhaps they take inspiration from Cleverley. For me, I like to look at the old styles in our archives, which were made for Cary Grant, Rudolph Valentino, Clark Gable, Gary Cooper… These were true original fashion icons, in my opinion, and very elegant men, so their styles are of great interest to me today. I think in modern day, I admire Charlie Watts for his style. He has been a Cleverley customer for over 20 years, and every shoe we make for him is unique and stylish but still elegant. I take a lot of inspiration from my world travels. Given my position, I spend approximately five months a year traveling around the world from London and Paris to New York and Los Angeles to Tokyo and Seoul, so I picked up a lot of influences along the way.
Read the full interview at Start with Typewriters.


Adidas Forum Mid Crazy Light

I'm going through another tech-looking sneaker phase. Probably because my computer died and I'm a bit technology starved (sorry for infrequent posts.)

Comfort Battle

Love how much variety there is in footwear.


United Nude x Iris van Herpen Crystallization

Somebody likes doing up their shoelaces. The Crystallization collection from United Nude and Iris van Herpen for s/s 11 is crazy. I love seeing trends, like this over-laced bondage look, pushed to the extreme.

Comme des Garçons Homme Plus w Vibram Sole

Some very clean and neat looking shoes from Comme des Garçons Homme Plus featuring a white Vibram sole.


K* Shoes

Some of the styles from the New York City based brand K* Shoes. Visit the website for a look at their nice range of colours and materials. While there make sure to have a look at the workshops they offer.