At the show in Paris, sporty tailoring came teamed with the luxe leather footwear that is still the house signature.
Retailers weigh in on the resurgence of dressier styles on the runways this season.
The styles are available exclusively at a pop-up shop at the Le Bon Marché in Paris through Oct. 8.
High-end men’s retailers get candid on the trends they’re plain sick of & the design elements they’d like to see gain momentum.
Berluti presented its first collection since creative director Alessandro Sartori departed last season.
Berluti continues its youthful revival with a series of new sneaker-dress shoe hybrids.
The designer is said to be departing for a new opportunity.
Alessandro Sartori collaborated with artist Scott Campbell on tattooed shoes.
As the men’s heritage brand marks 120 years, Creative Director Alessandro Sartori updates classic looks and courts new customers.
Berluti continues its youthful sneaker push for spring, but how will those potential new customers respond to the label’s soaring prices?