JM Weston’s natty new collaboration

Menswear designer Charlie Casely-Hayford lends some creative flair to the shoemaker’s classic styles

JM Weston has collaborated with Charlie Casely-Hayford, the east London poster boy for hip menswear, to inject some modernity into the venerable and staunchly traditional French shoemaker. The collection includes an imaginative take on JM Weston’s famous 180 Penny Loafer, with a quilted pattern inspired by aristocratic hunting garb meticulously hand-stitched onto silky calfskin and paired with a tab and trim picked out in shiny box calfskin (available in midnight blue or black, £490). The 588 Double Sole Derby has also been reworked in a striking Prince of Wales check kid leather (£590, pictured above).


See also