Since 1895, Alessandro Berluti’s dynasty has been creating perfectly fitted bespoke, made-to-measure, and ready-to-wear shoes (prices upon request). The Fil d’Ariane style is hand-stitched with waxed thread, complete with nautically inspired knots. The in-store polisher can even change the shading of the leather. Established in the twenties, Allen Edmonds is a go-to for refined men’s shoes; Bill Clinton is a fan. Check out the Classic Collection, which features old-school designs in black and brown leather. Founded by graphic designer Ouigi Theodore, this shop stocks classic clothes with antique motifs and urban accents, like brown-leather laceless wing tips ($280) and black-and-gray porkpie hats ($120).