(My) Diesel D-Lowy Neo Derby Oxfords

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So Japanese and so “Made in Italy” à la fois! No wonder, these come from the house of Diesel, artistically lead by the Italian-Japanese designer Nicola Formichetti, who came to Diesel after designing for Mugler. Among numerous artistic activities, he is also the fashion editor of Vogue Hommes Japan and the “spiritus movens” of the Japanese house of Uniqlo. Since its creation in 1978, Diesel has experienced extraordinary growth and has evolved from being a leading pioneer in denim into the world of premium casual wear, becoming a true alternative to the established luxury market. Renzo Rosso, the founder had envisaged a brand that would stand for passion, individuality and self-expression. Bravissimo, signore! Arrigato!

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These charming Neo Derby Oxfords come as pure refreshment for the coming fall. Casual and elegant, stylish and perfectly styled for both, suits and jeans, these shoes are more than just a compromise. They fit into the world and words of the Diesel Manifeso: “We decode the world around us, take it apart and unlock what we thought we knew. We see differently and unite with those who see it too. Draw your own path. March in the streets with us. Especially the ones our streets are on.”

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Well, if you “march” the streets of Tokyo, you will find several stores, including the famous one at Ginza, of course! Not to be missed!

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