French shoemaker J.M. Weston will reveal a handful of one-off designs this evening as part of a traveling exhibit titled, “Humeurs, an encounter between artists and artisans.”. The shoes, designed by Dior Homme creative director Kris Van Assche, architect Frank Gehry, footwear designer Michel Perry, industrial designer Martin Szekely and gallerist Clemence Krzentowski, represent the marriage between the artist and craftsman--a relationship inherent to the J.M. Weston brand. Below, check out a preview of the one-off designs which are available immediately by special request.
J.M. Weston Launches Collaboration Range