Luxire

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Our patination skills at work: These shoes were made using the leather in the background image, vegetable tanned undyed cowhide from Sedgwick. They were then given a patina using cream from Woly of Germany, subtle tone definitions were given to each part without making them too too different. Over usage the definition will start looking more pronounced.

The sole is oak tanned from Thomasware.

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I promised some time ago that I’d say a few things about this new collar from Luxire, the BBBDC 2.0 if you will. I pretty much just added another ¼ to the length of the collar points, and widened the spread a tad. For my next batch of shirts I may try to make the collar band a little less tall, and hopefully get rid of some of the gathering of the collar towards the front. These were some heavier shirts that helped see me through some of the colder weather this winter; I especially love the heavy flannel of the middle shirt.