Beyond the moccasin, the Limoges factory's true icon, this year's collection centers around a new hybrid model: the Double Buckle trainer. A worthy successor to the legendary classic, J.M. Weston's newest addition espouses the excellence of leather-cutting, all set on a pristine sports sole. Just like those who pound the clay during Roland Garros.
Competition themes are also found on the accessories, which again take on the tournament's emblematic codes. The Vice Versa belt complements the doubles game, featuring a blue suede front and checkered pattern. A small pouch is also used for perfume, with a printed net on an azure background.
Master shoemaker and boot maker
Founded in Limoges in 1891, J.M. Weston remains one of the world's leaders in men's luxury shoes. Its traditional craftsmanship, along with a constant concern for quality, respects particularly demanding manufacturing rules where Goodyear sewing reigns. Since the 1930's, this dedication has led the brand to create truly iconic footwear: hunting, half-hunting, camping, golf, and after the war, the moccasin.
The Group's acquisition of J.M. Weston is accelerating its growth: in addition to its constant creative drive, numerous shops have opened up around the world. Loafers, brogues, golf-toed derbys, bridle boots, chelsea boots... are cleanly and creatively reimagined, dressing the modern man with a combination of refinement and rock couture..