Growing up in the nineteenth century,
Dandyism is the ostentation of elegance
against bourgeois mediocrity.
A question of style.
The Dandy model is the velvet Venetian sabot designed to give a touch of abandon to the foot.
It is part of a philosophy which, in care over clothing, has a tool against sloppiness, poor taste and shabbiness. It is not exhibitionism in itself, as can easily be construed; rather, it is a way to convey one's personality, to show one's respect for nature and culture, and to turn the tide of that ignorance which often leads to indigence.
For such noble intentions, Dandy does not shy away from showiness nor even, in certain circumstances, ostentation.
During the sunny season is provided a linen summer collection. Colors vary from year to year.
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