For Alexander Kraft, the perfect shoe is a loafer, combining a clean, elegant silhouette with an ease of wear that other shoe types rarely provide.

A special place in Kraft’s aesthetic universe has always been reserved for the slipper: Originally known as the “Prince Albert Slipper”, this velvet loafer with a fabric lining used to be traditionally worn indoors, usually combined with black tie and a dinner – or a smoking jacket. However, over the last 2 decades, it has developed a new lease of life, not least thanks to the models introduced by American company “Stubbs & Wootton” that created a wide range of leather-lined slipper models with quirky embroideries, to be worn not only with formalwear but also, and especially, with casual outfits including jeans, chinos and shorts.

Kraft has created a small range of special models with Stubbs & Wootton that carry his unmistakable signature and already prove to be a hit with the cognoscenti around the world.