The Scarpe di Bianco collection
WILLIAM White has finally launched his own Italian-made men’s footwear range after developing a passion for high-end men’s shoes.
The Scarpe di Bianco (white shoes) collection offers classic, well-made footwear with subtle deviations. “For instance, I’ll take a classic cap toe and explode the brogue stitching by doubling or tripling its size,” says the show designer.
The shoes are handmade by the same firm who also produce for Lanvin, Tom Ford and Mantelassi.
Shoe lovers have the option of more than a 100 styles from the new collection and in 30 different colors from calfskin to suede, and the footwear is made with four sole construction methods, including patented Blake, Goodyear, and Norwegian styling.
Fittings are available at the company’s New York atelier by appointment.