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With another turn of the calendar comes a new resident at Liberty Fairs' revolving pop-up shop. This month, made-to-measure men's footwear brand Left Shoe Company moves into the Concept 8366 & 1/2 space, which they've decked out with cool vintage finds from the company founders' own homes. They'll hold court at the West 3rd Street spot until July 31.
Like their LA flagship on Melrose, Left Shoe's tricking out their temporary abode with their cutting edge 3D scanner to ensure gents' steppers are properly fitted. On display are the luxe brand's entire collection of styles ($395 and up), including oxfords, derbies, loafers, boots and more, all completely customizable from the colors, material, sole and inscription. Once the order's in, your personalized pairs will arrive at your doorstep within four to six weeks. Take a peek inside the shop and see more photos after the jump.
Left Shoe Company at Concept 8366 & 1/2 is open Tuesday through Sunday from 12pm to 7pm; closed Monday.
· Left Shoe Company [Official Site]
· Liberty Concept Space [Official Site]
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