If you choose to wear the most exclusive clothes, and accessorise them just as carefully, then your shoes should follow suit as well. To complete the look, pick from handmade luxury footwear that uses the highest quality material, with exquisite detailing that leaves nothing to chance.

Eager to lend a hand here, Atesber By Inc.5, the luxury brand by Inc.5, handcrafts high-end luxury men’s footwear that is synonymous with iconic craftsmanship. Every Atesber store has quite the collection for you to pick from.


Atesber boasts of a collection of premium national and international men’s footwear brands. What’s more, every store promises to be unique, soaking in the feel of the city it is in and catering to its target audience, footfall and the potential buyer. For instance, the store in Kolkata and the store in Hyderabad stock very different products.


Walk into any Atesber store and experience the sense of distinctiveness right away. Handcrafted shoes from premium brands line up metal-rimmed showcases, reflecting the vibrant ambience of the showroom’s interiors. The brand maintains its identity of cool luxury across its stores, so patrons will find the same aesthetics, décor and ambience, ensuring the same shopping experience at every Atesber store.


As a multi-brand outlet, Atesber houses various premium international brands as well as its own in-house luxury brand, Atesber — handcrafted shoes made of the finest leather sourced from the best international manufacturers, in a price range of Rs 8,000 to Rs 25,000. The other international brands sold under the Atesber roof include Johnston & Murphy, Cole Haan, Language, Tresmode, Ruosh, Louis Alberti, Egle, Florsheim, Clarks and Guy Laroche. Every brand at Atesber has a dedicated wall space, showcasing the best of the brand’s premium footwear collection. It’s no wonder, then, that more and more luxury brands hope to associate with the store.


These are a must-have in any man’s footwear collection. The closed lace-up, low-heeled shoe, rising up just enough to expose the ankle, is usually considered formal footwear. But go ahead and pair it with faded, straight-cut jeans and a flannel shirt to pull off that oh-so-casual look.


Ideal for informal occasions and as daily wear, this style of shoe is very versatile. Most people consider these shoes ideal for summer. Lace-less and slip-ons, they go best with jeans. But unless you know you can carry off the look, avoid teaming these with shorts.