WM Brown X SC

WM Brown x Scarosso

Summer Edition

Our classic Tassel Loafer silhouette gets revisited through the lens of Matt Hranek, Founder of WM Brown Project.


Inspired by his curated experiences and inspirations, this exclusive edition is a celebration of gentleman elegance, with Scarosso contemporary take on classicism. The combination of British Last and Italian Craft making it luxuriously comfortable as well as instantly sharpen your look for any occasion.

"There was something that I really loved about the idea of English style mixed with Italian craft. I really love the Tassel loafer, I think it's one of the most diverse, interesting (shoes). It works great with jeans, it works great with a suit, it's perfect for the airplane. It's a universal and very easy to wear kind of shoe."


WM Brown x Scarosso:

The Winter edition

After the success of our first edition, we decided to launch a second collaboration with the same idea in mind: to design a durable and stylish winter boot that could work for any occasion. And thus, we are introducing the William II Laced Boot: the distinguished gentlemen's winter version shoe with a bold and strong-character silhouette. In either Brown and Tan Suede Leather or in Burgundy Calfskin, our WM Brown x Scarosso Boots are equipped with a high-quality Vibram rubber sole making them highly resistant to any fall-winter conditions.

Discover our exclusive collaboration with WM Brown: a celebration of gentlemen elegance with Scarosso's contemporary take on classicism.


About Matt Hranek


Based in New York, Matt Hranek is a Photographer as well as an author of bestseller A Man and His Watch. He founded WM Brown Project, a curated collection of his exploration on traveling, sartorial arts, vintage sports car, gastronomy culture and lifestyles.

"Scarosso is a great fit with William Brown first of all because I love Italian craft. I think there's a lot of pride that's going into the craft of the shoe. It was also so nice to be able to work with such a specific color palette that was unique to my kind of William Brown point of view."