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Berluti is back with its mastery, and its men’s fall/winter 2017 collection presented in Paris was a true testament to creative director Haider Ackermann’s designing know-how. On his mood board, Ackermann tacked on words like “trash” and “dark” to focus on the brand’s changing fashion, with inspiration from the work of Francis Bacon strewn in, too.
Blue, burgundy, camel, black, purple, and pink hues were seen on the runway, and appearing on a handful of desirable materials, too, like velvet, suede, cashmere, crocodile, and plush nylon. There were big bags, small belts, and deep green lace-up boots—all notable pieces in the collection that caught deserving attention. Touches of fur stood out among long scarves and matching suits—some with prints, and others in all-velvet.
But our favorite was the pioneering weekend warrior—wearing a black double-breasted suit jacket, gripping his overnight bag and guitar.