Monk FactsThe Carnegie is a plain-toe patent oxford. Strictly speaking, a patent leather shoe is the only style appropriate for black (or white) tie dress. Crafted on Edward Green’s 82 last, conceived by master shoemaker Tony Gaziano, the Carnegie has a slim, round toe. It is a shoe that proves the adage that elegance never goes out of style. Established in a small Northampton factory in 1890, Edward Green has gained a deserved reputation for ‘making the finest shoes in England for the discerning few’. Edward Green’s shoes are made with the finest calfskin to the highest standards of workmanship. Each pair takes several weeks to create and many master craftsmen are involved.
FEATURES & CARE- Patent dress oxford
- Patent leather upper
- Single leather sole
- 82 last
- UK E width (standard fitting)
- 100% made in Northampton, England
- Care instructions: refer to Shoecare Guide