From February 15 to March 15, the Neglinnaya Gallery will host an exhibition of one of the oldest shoe manufactories in Europe, John Lobb.
Classical models of the brand will be exhibited here, as well as visitors will be able to get acquainted with the custom of the John Lobb brand to associate model names with historical places in Britain and continental Europe. For example, the Chambord II derby was named after the castle of Chambord on the Loire, built under King Francis I.
The John Lobb factory was founded in 1866 in Northampton in Northern England. The brand's shoemakers carried out orders from King Edward VII and tenor Enrico Caruso. In 1976 the brand was taken over by the Hermès group.