MORE INSPIRATIONAL
DESIGN IN MOTION

May 2014

A forward-thinking partnership

The two iconic British brands have been in partnership since 2012, thriving on a joint vision and similar brand values. Both share a rich history of craftsmanship and a dedication to innovative designs, resulting in ultra-premium products that combine the quality of tradition and the perfection of modern luxury.

Walking in a pair of John Lobb shoes is close to driving an Aston Martin: the pace may differ, but the journey is just as enjoyable. 

A centenarian expertise for a brand new offer

John Lobb and Aston Martin’s attention to detail is best conveyed by their bespoke service, Q by Aston Martin which offers an endless palette of paint, leather and trim finishes as well as a wide range of options, which fully reflects John Lobb’s By Request approach. It was only natural for both brands to take a step further into ultimate customisation with a new, made-to-order Oxford.

This beautiful shoe is crafted on the 7000 last, which features an elegant line and a long refined toe. The dynamics of the design of Winner Sport and Winner Sport Mk II, the brands’ first collaborative creations, inspire the sweeping curve of the side seam.

Customers may opt for Dark Brown, Green, Deep Blue and Claret, or the exclusive Carbon Black. With three close rows of stitching and newly sourced matching coloured laces, Deep Grey fine Calfskin linings add a charming and unique touch.

A treat for the eyes – as well as for the feet: finely wheeled welts, hand-sculpted waists, tapered heels and rounded sole bottoms at the waist all combine to provide supreme lightness and comfort. This style is created using the John Lobb prestige process, one that imparts the appearance of a made to measure shoe: the most perfect shoe that can be made as ready-to-wear.

Manufactured in Northampton, England, the style will be available for pre-order between June and mid-September, for delivery in John Lobb stores in time for the Festive Season.

Contact your nearest store

Discover more on By Request