“Perry Ercolino is one of the few shoemakers capable of crafting what is called a whole cut shoe – one produced from a single piece of leather cut into the shape of a shoe and stitched together with a single seam at the heel. Ercolino’s collection, made by hand in Pennsylvania and sold through custom tailor Franco Ercolé in New York, includes oxfords and wingtips with antique-looking finishes.
“Bespoke Apparel” Robb Report – Special Issue, June 2007