Ridiculous. Gold woven shoes. I don’t think I’ve covered Sartori yet, a brand at whose shoes I stare with great sadness knowing that I can’t buy them all. This is one of those rare, family-owned and operated brands, with almost a century of impeccable craftsmanship traditions. 
Established in 1930s, in Verona, Italy, Sartori began as a small shoe maker, producing only a few handmade pairs a day. Today, Sartori still hand makes all their shoes, with a team of ten artisan craftsmen and mere 100 employees. Suddenly, the price seems fair.

$395 at Gravity Pope. (Also available in silver and white.)