Style: Best Foot Forward

Fine footwear requires care.

· Never wear shoes two days in a row, because they become moist from perspiration. Let them dry for at least 24 hours between wearings. 
· Never dry wet shoes next to a heater or fire; doing so will shrink and harden the leather. Instead, stuff the shoes with newspaper and leave them to dry in ambient room temperature. 
· Always use shoe trees made of cedar, which absorbs moisture.  
· Using a shoehorn prolongs the life of your shoes. Forcing your foot into a pair of shoes can break the heel counter, causing the back lining to break down prematurely. 
· When shoes begin to appear worn, use clear, natural shoe cream instead of colored. 
· When polishing, apply heat with a hair dryer to open up the pores of the leather for greater absorption. 
· A combination of shoe cream and polish is preferred. Shoe cream is absorbed deep into the grain of the leather and helps restore it, while polish produces a higher gloss. 
· Use fine sandpaper to remove scratches on white bucks, and touch them up with a buck bag, a small pouch of white powder you can tap onto the shoes.

With a turbocharged engine and three electric motors, the new NSX will challenge the top models...
Photo by Mercedes-Benz USA
AMG GLE63 Coupe and AMG GLE450 Coupe boast impressive acceleration times…
The two-seat sports car features contemporary reinterpretations of classic Bentley design cues…
One of the most technologically advanced electric power trains to make its way onto a production...
Photo by Royce Rumsey
The annual springtime event highlights some of the world’s finest collector cars…
The new vehicles are lighter and quicker than their gas-burning counterparts…
The new car has a zero-to-60-mph time of 3.1 seconds and can lap the Nürburgring in less than 7.5...
Photo by Richard Prince
Robb Report puts the Corvette Z06—essentially a street-legal racecar—through its paces on the track…
Photo by Darin Schnabel⁄RM Sotheby's
One of the finest car collections in the country is paring down...
The 458’s replacement is a street-legal supercar with racecar credentials…