As if to round off the corners of the Corthay signature shoe, usually sharp, the latest last to be introduced proposes a more ‘consensual’ last. This classicism revisited by Corthay is aimed at those who want a timeless and sophisticated look - neither rounded, square nor sharp.

The attenuated square tip of the shoe, a cross between roundness and rigour, will win over an audience that had until now felt neglected and in search of mythical Parisian elegance. The new Saint-Germain shape gives them access to the Corthay DNA and the extraordinary range of patinas of the Maison.

Comfort, which is an integral requirement of the design process of this style, guarantees the wearer unparalleled comfort thanks to a generous fit. Designed to dress the strongest instep, the pressure points have ‘miraculously’ disappeared.

The styles constructed onto the Saint-Germain last :

Varenne, Visconti et Verneuil.