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John Lobb Bootmaker Now Trades in Moscow
10.08.2012 15:25
John Lobb Bootmaker Now Trades in Moscow
John Lobb boutique at Moscow's GUM (Source:

Established in 1866 in London, John Lobb Bootmaker has served the high and mighty, including King Edward VII and James Bond. A part of Hermes Group since the late 1970s, JL is a unique specialist in bespoke and ready-to-wear shoes for men. 

      Since June 2012 John Lobb Bootmaker has been trading in Moscow: two boutiques are open, one at the GUM in the Red Square, another at St. James' specialist menswear store at the Four Seasons Shopping Centre. The Muscovites who prefer comfort and exclusivity will certainly indulge in choosing a pair of dream shoes among a myriad of designs collected over the years of JL's business. The company works to please a customer: the model of your foot will forever remain at the bootmaker's, and any changes will be dutifully taken into account. 

      The best news for Russian male fashionistas: should they fail to find a suitable design among the hundreds of existing, the John Lobb specialists are ready to create a new original design.

      Needless to say, foreign businessmen can now add an extra pair of John Lobb to their collection even when they are in Russia. 


Author: Julia Shuvalova

Tags: Russian business Russian luxury market John Lobb Bootmaker   

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