Dune Black sees Chelsea Cobbler take its men’s ranges to luxurious new heights.
Dune Black is a new premium range of shoes from The Dune Group as part of its Chelsea Cobbler umbrella (which includes Dune, Bertie and Pied A Terre).
The collection comprises of a capsule range of formal shoes that includes variations on the classic Derby, Oxford and brogue silhouettes. Each style is cut from the highest quality leather, rendered on leather soles with sound stitching and finished in black and brown hues.
The range showcases all of the hallmarks of top-quality formal shoes, from classic brogue perforated detailing to wingtips and patent finishes. Each style holds its own amongst the rest – each as classy and slick as the next.
Stepping ahead of the pack are the Austin PA Derby shoes. A classic design with a masculine chisel toe, these shoes have a modish appeal with their patent finish. Crafted from calf leather, these sartorial staples are a timeless must-have, a seamless finish to office wear or black-tie events that will take you through this season, the next and beyond.
Other classic formal styles include the Spitfire Oxford shoes with toecap detailing. A signature formal wear style, the Spitfire Oxfords are made from smooth matte leather with intricate stitch accents along the vamp and upper.
There are also a few relaxed styles thrown into the mix for weekend looks. The aforementioned Spitfire style also comes in an alternative laid-back tan finish for more casual looks – think causal cords and blazer, or a blue suit minus the tie.
The most casual style comes in the form of the Sunbeam brogues. These shoes are available in black, brown or tan with the brown and tan colourways featuring a contrasting welt and sole for contemporary appeal. The classic brogue perforations and rounded design makes this style a versatile option for on and off-duty wardrobes.
Dune Black Footwear prices start from a reasonable £125, making them a solid investment and great first step towards the premium designer styles.
To shop the collection head over to the Dune website.