With a traditionalist foundation, Buttero has never been afraid to evolve and move with the times. While holding on to its Italian roots, Buttero builds shoes with a passion for tradition, creativity and authenticity. The Buttero mark is a symbol of quality, evoking futuristic silhouettes we are more likely to see in high-fashion or streetwear brands, transforming them with their signature premium leathers.

Buttero's Tanino harks back to the companies roots with a modern interpretation of the classic sneaker, hand made with the finest details in the sunny Tuscan hills of Stabbia, Italy.

Available online and in store now.


adidas x Raf Simons - Chrome Pack

For Spring/Summer 2019, adidas by Raf Simons continues to update its now-iconic silhouette, the RS OZWEEGO.

This season it returns with soles coated in a mirrored TPU film, recalling the 70’s glam rock era that was central to Raf Simon’s seasonal inspiration. The mirrored surface contrasts with the leather uppers offered in classic tones of black, white and grey.

Available in Vulcan Lane only


adidas x Raf Simons

This season adidas by Raf Simons layers past, present, and future to create a new footwear range inspired by the painting technique of trompe-l’œil, French for “deceive the eye”.

Raf Simons has curated styles from the adidas Originals archive: the Torsion Conquest Super (1990-1992) and the Peachtree (1985). These shoes were photographed and 3-D modeled to fit the RS Stan Smith.

The resulting footwear retains select details of the vintage shoes on the uppers, including stains, exposed glue, and other general wear— transporting authentic elements of the past into the now.


Available online and in-store now.


Pitti Uomo 95

Another season of menswear, this time showcasing AW19-20 collections, has descended and passed through Florence, Italy. Pitti Uomo - the largest menswear trade show in the world, has once again played host to the most sartorially inclined in the business.

Out in full force, as usual, were the peacocks hoping to be seen (and photographed) but more importantly, hundreds of brands showing new season trends and thousands of attendees showing how to wear them.

A heavy lean towards softer tailoring and wider silhouettes were once again reinforced - oversized is the new skinny. We saw the repeated use of belted coats for men, softer and fuller in shape; the belting employed to retain some form. As with classical menswear the resurgence of check and herringbone heavy fabrics were hard to miss. Military influenced garments were another trend on the courtyards of Pitti; khaki green fabrics were aplenty alongside cargo pockets and utility jacketing. In footwear, the direction was no surprise. Sneakers show no sign of slowing down with the likes of Y-3, adidas x Raf Simons, Nike x OFF-WHITE and Balenciaga being impossible to avoid.

Click through to see a few of the looks which caught our eye at Pitti 95. See you next from Paris Fashion Week.



In this collection, Y-3 works with new materials and elements from athletic-gear designs. The Harigane II mixes the technical look of a sleek knit and mesh upper with the handcrafted feel of leather at the toe and heel. Zigzag stitched 3-Stripes complete the experimental style of these shoes.

Available in-store and online now.


Summer '18 New Arrivals

Our second drop of SS18 has just landed from Italy.

Brands include:
Transit Uomo

Available IN STORE only

Spring '18 New Arrivals

Our first drop of SS18-19 has just landed from Italy.

Brands include:
Roberto Collina
Transit Uomo
Tintoria Mattei
San Francisco
Available IN STORE only


A new brand to Edit. - DEVEAUX is a ready-to-wear collection that is elevating ease. Under the helm of founder Matthew Breen, designer Andrea Tsao and artistic director Tommy Ton, Deveaux understands the demands of a modern lifestyle. Reinterpreting classic styles by introducing fresh silhouettes and textures, refining fit, and contextualising nostalgic items in the present world.

This FW18 season sees the use of thick corduroy, herringbone wool, knitted baby camel hair and napped wool on relaxed silhouettes.

Available online and in store now.



A new brand to Edit. - LARDINI combines decades-long artisanal history with contemporary silhouettes and innovative fabrics. Instantly recognisable for its lapel flowers, the Marches-based brand has a truly global following. Their expertise with lightweight cloths makes Lardini’s collections perfect for the modern global traveller whose sartorial style needs to bridge both cultures and time zones.

Our collection this season includes lightweight wool from Loro Piana utilised in a twin pleated trouser, knitted herringbone wool in a single breasted unlined blazer and a unstructured notch lapel blazer in a textured woven wool.


MONITALY Fall / Winter 2018 has just landed from the US. 

Founded by Japanese designer Mr Yuki Matsuda in Hermosa Beach, California, Monitaly updates classic American designs with contemporary fits and fabrication. Keeping the Japanese philosophy of wabi-sabi in mind, their ultimate goal is to create garments that will age beautifully and be equally as distinctive and compelling today as they will be tomorrow.

This season sees a range of workwear inspired garments realised in Vancloth Sateen Cotton, Cone Mills White Oak Denim and a touch of lux is added with the use of 8.5 oz velvet and wool gabardine.

Available online and in store now.