The loafer is nowadays one of the most versatile shoe models; over the past decade, it has evolved from a primarily casual option to an increasingly more formal shoe model that is worn today not only with khakis or jeans, but also with flannel trousers and even suits.

Alexander Kraft has been an early fan of the loafer, and for more than 25 years has worn these shoes in either caramel suede or a rich dark brown calf with his trademark navy or grey suits, in the Italian tradition that has been adopted across the globe, especially in France and in the US.