The Shoe Snob Blog

April 11, 2014

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Button Beauties by Enzo Bonafe

Button Beauties by Enzo Bonafe

button spat in production, photo courtesy of Style Forum

There is not much more to say about than I already have. As I love them so much and hate the fact that I don’t yet own one, of course you can imagine that I have been on a quest to have them made at my factory. Only they don’t want to. Not because they are being stubborn, but apparently it is probably the most difficult and problematic shoe to make. Many times the buttons will pop off, the button holes are very difficult to make, unless you have leather workers (who can stitch on the leather — and these are not easy to come by). At first i did not really believe my factory (if I am going to be honest) so I phoned up my friends at G&G who said that it is indeed a very problematic model, which is also why they don’t really offer them on a RTW basis and why most makers don’t. That led me to realize, just how special these boots by Enzo Bonafe are, simply for the fact that they are extremely difficult to make, yet they still go through it to provide to their client base. Maybe I will just have to knock on their door and have a special run done for me!

Button Beauties by Enzo Bonafe

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