No.One Custom Bespoke Sneakers Made Only For You
For its premium materials, No.One works with a small group of luxury tanneries, each specialized in a specific product, and most often family-owned. For its sneaker linings, plongé lambskin is sourced from a Chanel-owned tannery in the south of France—the same skin that lines many of the luxury brand’s handbags.
No.One is an independent footwear brand founded by Mark Gainor and Jimmy Gorecki borne from the converging disciplines of ‘art, craft, and technology.’ The luxury startup creates custom-made extremely limited-edition sneakers using traditional shoemaking techniques designed exclusively ‘for you, and you alone’ by a crew of four cobblers at a small studio in Venice, California which allows for creative flexibility.
No.One’s small Venice Beach studio.
Some recent bespoke commissions have included sneakers made from impala fur, as well as a waterproof pair reconstructed from a Gore-Tex military jacket. “To us, No.One is very much a post-skateboarding shoe,” says Gainor. “Not only in the physical sense but in the larger sense of finding a home and platform for the DIY values and culture from growing up in skateboarding.”

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First-edition Charlie sneakers.
In addition to those unique creations, the team also works on small batches of production-run models, producing from 15 to 20 pairs in three classic silhouettes, with prices starting at $575 a pair. The turnaround timing of creating each run takes roughly two weeks, and with each release, typically only a couple of pairs in each size are made available.
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