Damien Chazelle's film has become one of the great milestones of the year. Not only has it returned the interest of the audience for the musical in its most classic aspect, but also for the dress code proper of the years in which this genre shone with all its splendor. And is that in a film so full of music and dance if there is something that stands out above the rest of the wardrobe are the shoes, in this case the so-called Spectators. An authentic dandy footwear, made in two colors and with a vintage touch that will attract all eyes.
These elegant shoes for men are designed according to the traditional model of the Spectator. The combination of the body in color black and white of the pieces of the tip toe, the closing and the heel has become the principal sign of identy along side with the delicate brogue and the Wing Tip cut of the blade.
Although it is a model conceived as cricket shoes, with those darker skin pieces at the toe and in the area of the tongue to conceal the dirt that accumulated in the shoes during the game, it was not until well into the century XX when they were accepted as dress shoes.
Although they were too striking for the taste of the British gentlemen, it was in the United States during the 1920s and 1930s that they achieved their greatest popularity, becoming one of the great icons of the style so unmistakable of these decades. His presence in the music scene was very prominent, influencing an entire generation of jazz and swing artists during the golden age of these genres, as well as gangster movies, a look that still remains a reference for both the More daring than the nostalgic ones.