J. M. Weston

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A footwear shop of J. M. Weston is running in IFC Mall, Hong Kong

J.M. Weston is a French luxury shoe company founded by Édouard Blanchard in 1891, in Limoges. It is renowned for its handmade shoes for men. They also produce a full line of leather goods ranging from belts and briefcases to luggage items. The company's most famous models are the 677 Chasse (a sturdy outdoor shoe), 598 Demi-Chasse (a dressier version of the Chasse), and the 180 Mocassin (a classic penny loafer). J.M. Weston shoes are sold in its own boutiques, or in luxury department stores such as Harvey Nichols.

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