Shoemaker in Paris
The Gustavia shoes brand expresses, through its collections of ready-to-wear footwear, its respect for a certain vision of the beautiful shoe worn by pioneers in the art of bootmaking since the late 19th century.
Gustavia shoes are made exclusively with top-quality leathers from renowned British tanneries. All our shoes are Goodyear-welted, thus offering a traditional and high-quality construction. Our collection mainly consists of hand-patinated models tailored to your desires, adding a touch of character to your shoes.
Men's shoes, either Goodyear or Blake-welted, made from top-choice British and English leathers.
We offer full customisation of the colour of our shoes at no extra cost. Make your pair unique by choosing the leather's shade and patina.
To provide a comprehensive service to our clientele, [compay_name] offers maintenance and repair services that extend beyond our own brand. You can drop off your shoes at the workshop without an appointment.
The history of Gustavia
Passionate about the craftsmanship of fine shoes, Samy Gouasmia gave life to his passion by co-founding the Altan Bottier shoemaker brand in 1998.
Through his collections of ready-to-wear shoes, the creator expresses his respect for a particular vision of the beautiful shoe that has been worn since the late 19th century by pioneers in the art of bootmaking.
In 2015, Gustavia Shoes was born, a new brand through which he intends to continue playing his role as a bridge builder, without changing his work methods, always with the same commitment to offering high-quality shoes built in the purest tradition of bootmaking.
A unique shoe
Each of our creations is made from top-quality calf leather from renowned French tanneries (Le Puy or Annonay), our sole leather comes from Germany, and our suede calf from Great Britain. Therefore, our shoes are 100% European in their manufacturing.
Each pair is Goodyear-welted, providing a traditional and high-quality construction.
Our collection primarily features models with a patina. This technique involves extensive manual work, which, in our opinion, adds an extra touch of character to your shoes.
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