Posts Tagged ‘shoe’

FEIT Hand Sewn Low Leather Shoe – Luxury For Your Feet

Thursday, March 21st, 2013


Check out FEIT’S new Summer Hand Sewn Lows.

The Hand Sewn Low is a magnificent hand made version of a classic court sport sneaker, built from start to finish by one master craftsman using a unique construction.

Using the finest Italian vegetable leathers, using minimal dyes, chemicals and pigments, the hide remains as close as possible to its natural state. The suede breathes as it does in nature. It is non irritant, soft to touch, ages richly over time and is biodegradable.

The Hand Sewn Low is now available for pre order in Birch vegetable suede and Natural vegetable leather.

Numbers are sustainably limited and I will be getting my hands on a pair of them immediately – as should you!


Get Prepared For a Season Of Leopard

Friday, March 11th, 2011

On Monday the 7th of March, I celebrated Maria Venuti’s birthday which was a momentous occasion. But who other then Maria Venuti can be the biggest advocate for leopard print clothing? It has to be Estilo Emporio.

It’s all about prints, and to celebrate Maria’s birthday, I’ve chosen just a few of the leopard print accesories you can purchase from the very sexy Autumn/Winter 2011 collection.

Bag: $485, Shoes: $399 and Belt: $99.

Visit or the store Р168A Lilyfield Rd, Leichhardt.

Spring Into Spring Court Surry Hills

Monday, April 12th, 2010

The Spring Court store has been around Sydney for years. Spring Court brand has been owned by the same French family since 1936.

In April 2010, I finally visited the store and loved it. A quaint terrace in the quieter streets of Surry Hills, I walked into the terrace and immediately loved it. It was so eclectic and exuded a certain class from a past era. It definately has a French influence.

Looking around at the Spring Court shoes, which fill the front room of the terrace, I was very really impressed. The first thing I thought when I saw the shoes was Converse. But when you get closer, you notice they are nothing like them. They are well made, comfortable, durably lasting and attractive. Nothing like the disposable Converse brand.

They have this 4 hole ventilation system, a thick and soft removable inner sole, the canvas shes are made of Egyptian cotton and the leather shoes are of a very high quality.

There are so many colours, patters and styles to choose from. My favourites were the metallic ones, but typical – they are the girls ones! There’s still heaps for men to choose from, something for everyone!

Have a look at them, they start from around $100 for the lo-cut shoes, and up to $285 for the mid-cut.

113a Commonwealth Street, Surry Hills – (02) 9281 8806