Berluti’s Latest Ready-to-Wear Collection For Its 10th Anniversary

Celebrating the tenth anniversary of its ready-to-wear project, Italian luxury menswear brand Berluti presented its latest collection.

Designed by creative director Kris Van Assche, the collection took inspiration from the elegance of the house’s two loyal clients in the last century, Andy Warhol and Marcello Mastroianni. The transversal bi-season collection sees a touch of elegance and luxury in its daytime clothing pieces. Highlights of the collection are a double-faced wool and cashmere artist’s jacket directly descended from Le Corbusier’s 1947 Forestiére jacket and brand-new hiking boots featuring a rubberized half upper. The collection also includes leather jackets, sweatshirts, matching tracksuits, parkas and cigarette trousers, as well as leather briefcases and crossbody bags.

 

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