Well dressed men understand the power of footwear. It is often the one detail that speaks of high fashion whether wearing crisply pleated pants or today's tattered blue-jeans.
Boynton Beach, FL (PRWEB) June 13, 2012
An exciting year is unfolding at FSBMens.com as the founder and chief fashion designer Giovanni Marquez launches an exclusive footwear line of imported high fashion shoes at their new site giovannimarquez.com. Most noted for Italian high fashion, the new line of shoes is imported directly from Paris, France, Milano, Italy and Brazil. Many of the new styles are not understated, rather, call out for attention from the well dressed man. According to Marquez, "Well dressed men understand the power of footwear. It is often the one detail that speaks of high fashion whether wearing crisply pleated pants or today's tattered blue-jeans." Fashion mens wear has come along way since the grunge look of the 90's. Complimenting the orderly look of trending knits, flattering or apposing separates, or one of their outstanding suits, Giovanni Marquez Footwear offers the unique variety of easy slip-ons through two-tone wing-tips that cement a man's fashion statement.
Marquez goes on to say, "I have worked with manufacturers in three countries to help me design perfect shoes for every season." Giovanni Marquez recently returned from a fashion conference in Peru called, Peru Moda where he huddled with designers to produce up and coming fabrics, many of which are featured in his mens wear line at fashionmenswear.com. While in Peru, Marquez investigated shoe designs still on the drawing boards of international makers.
Giovanni Marquez met with his own team back in the states to plan the launch of GiovanniMarquez.com and found that his colleagues were very impressed with the newest world-wide designs, leathers, and weaves available in the new line up of shoes. You will find his unmistakable label inside the fashion forward footwear Marquez has brought to America, with his personal guarantee that you will "count your compliments."