MAN SHOES AND GROOM CLEOFE FINATI
Men’s shoes, as we are used to calling them nowadays, appeared during the 19th century.
Like the entire male wardrobe, shoes were part of the idea of strict male fashion. By the 1930s, men’s footwear, especially summer footwear, became lighter and more comfortable, with the “oxford” and “derby” models standing out, which, together with moccasins, still identify the classic men’s shoe.
Maintaining the line of these iconic models and guaranteeing the typical quality, Cleofe Finati combines very particular and refined colour shades in its proposals.
The aim is to make the groom understand that he does not have to pass on the idea of inflexibility that is expected with menswear for ceremonies and more formal occasions. For Cleofe Finati the important thing is to create something that allows the groom to express himself from head to toe.
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