The brand “Lendvay & Schwarcz” draws its stylistic and technical inspiration from the ancient Austro-Hungarians shoemakers, once masters in this field. The name is ideally related to a specific type of shoe: foot lasts with rounded tips, turned slightly and punctured with repeating patterns, characterized by double stitching blake rapid, allowing the shoemaker to remove the sole and resole it several times. The name “Lendvay & Schwarcz,” preceded by the German word shoemaker (Schuhmacher) and followed by the words “since 1878 Vienna-Budapest-Trieste”, intended to evoke the glories of the Austro-Hungarian Empire and Central European culture, even now as symbol of a cultural identity synonymous of nobility and elegance.