Cole Haan brand was started in Chicago by Trafton Cole and Eddie Haan. In 1988, Nike, looking to broaden its product line beyond sneakers, paid $80 million for the company. In addition to its loafers and pumps having a prominent place in department.
When we spotted these mini penny loafers in a recent Cole Haan ad, we couldn’t get over how adorable they were! For the Fall 2008 season, the luxe brand is offering a baby penny, for children ages 3-12 months. The soft leather or suede shoes, $48.
Too many men think that to have a great fall shoe game, they have to go with an oxford, wingtip, boot or loafer. But it’s 2017 ... Replace the wingtips you and everyone else owns with a pair of Cole Haan Zerogrand Wingtips. The Situation: It’s a.
Touted as Cole Haan’s ... shoe yet,” the ZeroGrand design has mixed modern technology with traditional styling among a diverse range of footwear silhouettes. First it was the murdered-out wingtips, then chukka and tassel loafers made in collaboration.
That's why a recently launched collaboration between Cole Haan and Hook + Albert -- a la carte leather shoe tassels that quickly convert traditional loafers into nattily tasseled versions of same -- caught our attention. According to a company.
Which is precisely why the latest shoe from this collaboration — a loafer with a white Lunarlon sole — is so exciting. “We wanted to explore a modern yet authentic reimagination of this iconic style,” says Gareth Lewis, Cole Haan’s men’s.
The line is as different from a traditional Cole Haan loafer as a Mustang is from a Volvo. One model even has a four-inch platform that uses Nike Air technology for better comfort. The footwear is also being sold at retailers that have previously shown.
When it comes to slip-on designs, loafers and Chelsea boots are probably the first silhouettes ... Brands like Wolf & Shepherd, Cole Haan, Paul Evans, and more all make extremely high-quality designs. If you're looking to make a switch from your normal.
The unusual footwear with a bright blue sole was something of a departure for the royal, who usually relies on a trusty pair of beaten brown loafers. From US brand Cole Haan, the eye-catching loafers probably set the royal back around $180 (£120.
Two years ago I bought a used pair of green suede Cole-Haan Lunargrands for $100 in a chic thrift store ... would you trust the guy with the overpriced, trying-too-hard $400 loafers worn to impress clients or the one in the $20 John Fluevog thrift-store.