The Berluti Fall 2014 Collection is experiencing a change of pace with designer Alessandro Sartori shaking the roots of LVMH's fledgling sartorial project in a streamlined contemporary evolution.
Showing the house's luxurious product in a garage may seem a tad off-brand, however a wood grain set by hot Parisian agency Bureau Betak ensures a slick, framed post-show and a key tie-in with its exclusive wooden-soled derbies. A fall palette graces the collection with a range of chocolate shearling to caramel wools and amethyst tweed. Sartori crafts a wardrobe dangerously soft to touch, with sinuous and relaxed shapes eclipsing previous efforts for opulent wear-ability.
The collection's sturdy leather goods make a covetable return in two-tone burnished brogues, weekender bags and drawstring backpacks. The collection is ready for the weekend and anticipates the winter.
Streamlined Sartorial Styles
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