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Monday, May 12, 2008

New Store....Leffot, Manhattan

Leffot is a Sartorialist footwear dream.
It has been a long time since I have been this excited about a new store in NYC.
Leffot is a perfect example of a store that not only carries great brands but offers a great edit of those brands.

Labels include -
Gaziano & Girling
Edward Green
JM Weston

Address -
10 Christopher St.
NY, NY 10014
T 212.989.4577

Comments on "New Store....Leffot, Manhattan"


Blogger said ... (8:36 AM) : 

The shop looks very pretty, I like that lamp.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (8:41 AM) : 

The stuff looks nice.
The web site is not fully functional yet.
How are the prices?


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (9:04 AM) : 

i'll be there as soon as i'm back on the east coast.
good lookin' out, sart.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (9:20 AM) : 

Gorgeous. I'd marry a man with those kinds of shoes...


Blogger Paul Pincus said ... (9:36 AM) : 

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Blogger Stratos Bacalis said ... (9:45 AM) : 

Gorgeous shoes and the shop looks great too!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (9:53 AM) : 




Anonymous Anonymous said ... (10:16 AM) : 

My kind of shoes!!!!!!!!!!!

Always spend the biggest budget of your garderobe on your shoes or save up for the best shoes you are able to afford.

After all our feet have to carry us around all day...,so be good to them!

And guys remember,ladies love beautiful shoes!It's one of the first things they notice!And keep them shining!

Love the post Sart!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (11:53 AM) : 

Makes me wish I was a boy. I love this store!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (11:54 AM) : 

Beautitful .....handcrafted shoes......reminds of the time i saw a selection of 6 KITON shoes...and every shoe felt like one of a kind when you picked it up...and when I tried one one it felt a little tight...just enough to take your "footprint" as you broke them in ...which felt as though the leather would not take too long to do......can't wait to own amy first pair of these kind of shoes ........for me it is both a financial and taking care of the shoes commitment



Anonymous Anonymous said ... (12:30 PM) : 

church's? red headed step child of that group.

that corthay two eyelet is the dreamiest black shoe ever.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (1:18 PM) : 

I got lucky at Century 21 and got a pair of Church's deeply discounted at $100. I knew I was getting a superior shoe, and they have worn beautifully. It is true that good shoes age better, so save up and buy the best you can afford!!!


Blogger Holden said ... (1:44 PM) : 

It will be a lovely day when American men realize that all those enormous soles on their shoes are hideous and tacky. And that square toe (not squared-off, but this-shoe-is-a-box-for-my-foot type? Blech.

This footwear is beautiful, beautiful.

Gentlemen of NYC, invest in a few pairs. Leave your old ones to be discarded at the shop.

Girl in SF


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (2:28 PM) : 

I'm not a boy, and I'd still wear 'em.


Blogger Navi said ... (4:15 PM) : 

The second photo made me drool a little bit.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (7:31 PM) : 

The comment on the unattractiveness of large soles is odd, considering that there is a tradition of double soles in all three countries represented (England, France, Italy). The Weston Chasse and Demi Chasse are beautiful, big ass shoes, as is the Lobb William.

Completely agree on square toes, however.


Blogger Double D said ... (8:56 PM) : 

My heart stopped when i saw the first shoe.
That is one fine piece of footwear, when I am studying at parsons in the fall I will definitely go to that store!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (9:47 PM) : 

Second photo, black shoe-- Wow! So stylish and any guy would look amazing with that type of shoe!

If there were affordable versions, I'd definitely tell my friends to buy those!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (11:39 PM) : 

Nice to hear your insight and excitement! Great to hear that you have found your perfect store.

Sart - Which pair have you already purchased, or will you be purchasing??


Blogger Origami said ... (2:04 AM) : 

2nd shoe is a Corthay Arca.. beautiful shoe. *keeps saving*


Blogger my jekyll doesnt hide said ... (6:27 AM) : 

i fell in love with the dark mustard wing tip!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (11:33 AM) : 


the kiton shoes were explained to me as to how they are made and I was most intrigued by the fact that a special type of leather is buried in a certain kind of soil for two years ....then the material is used in the construction of the shoes ....I LOVE THAT....only because when felt the leather on these shoes it had a remarkable quality that I could instantly tell was something very special....


Blogger Miriam Parkman said ... (3:59 PM) : 

Fantastic shoes.
More men with such artwork on their feet!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (4:36 PM) : 

Whats the average shoe price in this store. I'm in need of some Black shoes but i dont wanna walk in and then walk out looking like a fool.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (6:27 PM) : 

corthay: $1000+

church's: $500+

gaziano girlling: $900+

artioli: not sure

edward green: $1000+

aubercy: not sure, but would guess $1000+

weston: $700+


Blogger my jekyll doesnt hide said ... (4:32 AM) : 

and for those interested, i can add Barker brand as a recommendation of quality "schumacher"!!. hand made and satisfying quality. (not to be confused with Barker Black, haven't tried those). they come around 200-250GBP in UK.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (3:15 AM) : 

mmm brogues!


Blogger stick said ... (9:56 AM) : 

I need some of those....


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (4:50 AM) : 

Nice Corthay Arca (blue ones)


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (10:17 AM) : 

I would add John Lobb and Bontoni as quality shoemakers.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (9:45 PM) : 

The black lace-ups with the white trimmings.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (9:58 PM) : 

So nice to see real; leather instead of rubberized softy nonsense. Real men wear shined, classy shoes and they shine!!


Blogger Harrydog said ... (10:20 AM) : 

This store is a godsend!!!!

Was just in for the first time this past Saturday and came away with a great pair of Corthay two eyelet derbies.

I hope the store thrives. I'll ceratinly be back.


Blogger Cruise Addict said ... (11:38 AM) : 

Finally a shoe emporium with great designers and depth. For a city like New York, only the upscale department stores had a selection. I do hope they last. An addition of Santoni would be nice to see.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (8:03 AM) : 



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