Prada's latest men's shoes are unapologetically luxurious, even at the most granular level. Each pair is cut from materials like Saffiano leather, calf suede, ostrich, and crocodile, and then sewn together by the hands of a single cobbler, which helps them mold to your foot better than machine-made shoes. You can take watch the labor-intensive process in the video below.
They come in a range of colors and textures, from perforated white leather to bright red suede that'll set you back between $620 to $2,700, for ostrich. Prada is celebrating the collection by taking it on the road at special events in a few of its stores (the next one will happen at the brand's South Coast Plaza location in Costa Mesa, California, on May 17 and 18), but if you're not within driving distance you can always buy a pair on its website now.
—Details associate online style editor Justin Fenner.