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Where to buy brogues, slinky silk, and fox stoles: Schumackeri Meier & Schöpf is a timeworn-looking shop run by shoemaker Marlen Meier and shoe designer Christine Schöpf.
Others on our list range from shoemaker Nike to medical equipment maker Philips to banker Capital One to soft drink maker Pepsi.
Coming from a long line of shoemakers, music is forbidden in Miguel’s home, ever since his great-great grandfather left the family to pursue his musical dreams.
Each subject waxes poetic on the ways in which the shoemaker is unlike any other, but perhaps more captivating is the closer look at Blahnik’s day-to-day life.
Adams, the son of a farmer/shoemaker, thrust himself into the Massachusetts elite by unremitting application as a lawyer and activist.
Lola puts a serious kink in the world of Price & Son, a traditionalist shoemaker founded more than a century ago in the heart of Northampton, a manufacturing town an hour northwest of London.
Nordstrom began in 1901, when John W. Nordstrom, and Seattle shoemaker Carl Wallin opened a shoe store.
Started in 1952 by shoemaker Georges Carel in Paris, the brand is the real deal.
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