Scarpe di Bianco places such high importance on craftsmanship, that it limits its daily production to 25 pairs of shoes. Founded by William White, this men’s luxury footwear label produces its elegant brogues, loafers, and lace-ups in a workshop located near Naples, Italy. There, skilled artisans turn premium calfskin into hand-treated, burnished leather marked by rich black and brown hues. Goodyear welted construction and other traditional techniques make Scarpe di Bianco’s collection peerless in both quality and style.
If there's one shoe that emerged from relative obscurity and made its presence firmly felt on the men's style circuit over the past couple of years, it's the monkstrap. Formal enough to be worn with a suit — but cool enough to be rocked with jeans or khakis — this selection from Chruch's, Antonio Maurizi, and more will keep you well-shod through spring and beyond.
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