Ready to Wear II. – A Simple Derby

This is the second prototype for the RTW line. Still the same last: 224 (practically the only one I’ve been working on for a while). There are small differences between this and the wholecut that I’ve already posted: no bevelled waist (but narrow), clean color sole, and all the rest is the same. I believe these two options will be the style choices for the Made to Order line.

2 thoughts on “Ready to Wear II. – A Simple Derby

  1. This is yet another elegant design from your workshop (I’ve been following your blog). The toebox’s overall shape (its taper on the top especially) is particularly pleasing. I see that the welt line disappears near the rear quarter when over the heel. This really enhances the design’s slim footprint. As an enthusiast of traditional shoes, I admire and congratulate your fine work (especially when I’m comparing it with John Lobb Paris and Edward Green)!

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