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post #31 of 48
while on madison avenue today took a peek inside through a space between the door....

nothing inside. completely raw, unfinished concrete.
post #32 of 48
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Originally Posted by Kuro View Post
while on madison avenue today took a peek inside through a space between the door....

nothing inside. completely raw, unfinished concrete.

In Paris, they're everywhere...

Galeries Lafayette and so on..

I could have asked when I was there...
post #33 of 48
when i was in paris last month the madeleine shop was quite busy.

2 people in the special order section, a shoe shining section...
post #34 of 48
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when i was in paris last month the madeleine shop was quite busy.

2 people in the special order section, a shoe shining section...

The Victor Hugo shop window was empty....

Are they moving or just working on it?

The Galeries Lafayette outlet was quite busy too..
post #35 of 48
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JM WESTON is an iconic brand very popular amongst mainly French customers ...

The shop in London has many French expats as customers...

I'm not sure they're as famous in the US...
They are quite popular in my wardrobe!

I've also switched from English to French for my shirts!
post #36 of 48
Does any place in NYC even sell them anymore? I've contacted several smaller shops listed on the Weston website who have informed me they no longer carry them.
post #37 of 48
saks has a few models
post #38 of 48
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The Victor Hugo shop window was empty....

Are they moving or just working on it?

The Galeries Lafayette outlet was quite busy too..

It seems that there will be a new interior desing for the weston boutiques. Don't know if that is the delay in NYC.

According to Monsieur magazine Victor Hugo shop is being remodeled. There are a couple of pictures (last 2) of the new layout here : http://openers.jp/fashion/openers_mo...on_100922.html
post #39 of 48
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It seems that there will be a new interior desing for the weston boutiques. Don't know if that is the delay in NYC.

According to Monsieur magazine Victor Hugo shop is being remodeled. There are a couple of pictures (last 2) of the new layout here : http://openers.jp/fashion/openers_mo...on_100922.html

Better than the modern conceptual John Lobb's yellow nightmare...

I like the Berluti's shops especially the one Rue Marbeuf...

Very elegant.
post #40 of 48
just received a note from them stating they are opening next saturday at 600 madison ave.
post #41 of 48
looks ready to open with the new interior....
post #42 of 48
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Originally Posted by Kuro View Post
looks ready to open with the new interior....

Still alive and kicking...
post #43 of 48
any updates?
post #44 of 48
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a little on the heavy side though: looks and feel forgive my ignorance but where are they made (Weston's in general) and why the french cult- is the brand french owned?
Yes, they are French owned, and made in Limoges, in the heart of France. The chasse / demi-chasse / traditional loafer are rather on the conservative side. But the brand has done a pretty good job at renewing its offering. You still find traditional models, but also more modern or neo-classical styling these days. Overall, the workmanship is very good. Easily holds its own against C&J Handgrade, in my view. Cult status because almost every CEO or politician wears this brand in France.
post #45 of 48
I have to say that there is awesome customer service at the JM Weston in NYC. My Santoni's got a scuff on them and the weston shopkeeper in the city gave them a quick polish gratis. A+ guys
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