You’ll need to provide the cigar and linen suit to look as if you stepped right out of Casablanca.
It’s a snow day in New York today. Don’t say we didn’t warn you……
This week we are showing a couple of our side windows. We feature the Alden classic Cordovan Tassel loafer in color 8 (Burgundy) and a full compliment of Psycho Bunny cashmere scarf, tie, and new to Leffot the cashmere knit cap and sterling silver cuff links.
And in our other window we feature the new Edward Green Ringwood in Edwardian Antique along with our similar selection of Psycho Bunny wears.
This week we feature our newest Church’s loafer the Swanley. Set against the background of a hot pink Psycho Bunny cashmere scarf, it’s a shockingly wonderful combination. Sorry if I’m being redundant but I really like this shoe, and so it seems do many of our customers.
As we prepare for this Saturday’s Edward Green Trunk Show we are featuring the Southwold in our front window this week, seen here on the 888 last in Antique Edwardian.
In case you’re curious we recently received an assortment of English cashmere scarves from Psycho Bunny they’re quite fun and available in several patterns and colors.
This week we are featuring the Pierre Corthay “Bucy” in our front window. I like the sleek lines of the Bucy and the fact that it’s a very stylish, & tailored shoe. The last is the same as the Arca the 001. But unlike the simpleness of the Arca the cap toe and punching around the vamp and quarters give it a distinctive flair, which is Corthay at his finest. A reminder that Leffot is the sole stockist of Pierre Corthay in the U.S.
Pierre Corthay, Bucy in Ardillat