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Tabi Bianchetto Brogues

$ 990,00
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In nappa vintage leather, these brogues feature the Maison's Bianchetto treatment, which wears with use for an evolving look. They have a classic lace-up design and signature stitch at the back and feature the Tabi split-toe, inspired by the traditional 15th century Japanese sock bearing the same name – launched for the Maison's debut collection in 1989. It captures the avant-garde and insubordinate spirit of the Maison and exists as a heritage classic, continually explored through each collection.

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    Composition: Upper: 100% Lambskin Leather - Lining: 100% Lambskin Leather - Inside: 100% Goat Leather - Sole: 100% Calf Leather
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Tabi Bianchetto Brogues
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Tabi Bianchetto Brogues

In nappa vintage leather, these brogues feature the Maison's Bianchetto treatment, which wears with use for an evolving look. They have a classic lace-up design and signature stitch at the back and feature the <i>Tabi</i> split-toe, inspired by the traditional 15th century Japanese sock bearing the same name – launched for the Maison's debut collection in 1989. It captures the avant-garde and insubordinate spirit of the Maison and exists as a heritage classic, continually explored through each collection.

100 %
Tabi Bianchetto Brogues
FW 2022

Tabi Bianchetto Brogues

In nappa vintage leather, these brogues feature the Maison's Bianchetto treatment, which wears with use for an evolving look. They have a classic lace-up design and signature stitch at the back and feature the <i>Tabi</i> split-toe, inspired by the traditional 15th century Japanese sock bearing the same name – launched for the Maison's debut collection in 1989. It captures the avant-garde and insubordinate spirit of the Maison and exists as a heritage classic, continually explored through each collection.

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