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Berluti Menswear

It can seem like there’s a lot to know about good style, and there is, at least if you want to be enrolled in its master class. But looking sharper than 99% of other guys is actually fairly simple and merely requires knowing and doing little stuff right. The kind of stuff that can be encapsulated into short, easy-to-remember principles and adages. Below you can find five of the best Berluti men's clothing to make yourself look sharper.

Berluti Menswear
Berluti Menswear

Berluti is a subsidiary brand of LVMH that manufactures and retails menswear. It is known for its unique leather finishing of calfskin, kangaroo leather and alligator skin, especially in its production of shoes and boots. It also makes leather belts, bags, and wallets, as well as bespoke and ready-to-wear garments. Established in 1895 by Italian Alessandro Berluti of Marche, Berluti is based in Paris on rue Marbeuf.

Haider Ackermann is the current Creative Director and his first collection for the brand was Fall/Winter 2017 shown on January 20, 2017 at Paris Fashion Week. Berluti patrons have included Pierre Bergé, Jean Cocteau, Alain Delon, Dean Martin, Andy Warhol, Frank Sinatra, Robert De Niro, Harvey Keitel, Yves Saint Laurent, Marcel Proust, and Roman Polanski.


Wool – whether twisted, blended, combed, woven, or virgin – is blessed with a number of characteristics used to create a broad spectrum of looks and textures.


Though as soft and supple as lambskin, calfskin has a thickness that makes it the sturdier of the two. With the passing seasons, this unlined blazer has become a classic. Which means it’s just waiting for you to reinvent it.


The shirt styling guarantees a relaxed fit, while linen fabric in a fine check print adds style. Put the two together and what do you get? Elegance. The Berluti linen comes from Normandy, north of France, well known for being one of the best in the world.

The nature, composition and architecture of the fibres give the linen exceptional properties: maximum strength, elevated capacity to absorb humidity, insulating properties thermoregulatory and anallergic characteristics. A noble material, as Berluti loves, symbolic of a new way of being contemporary, environmentally friendly, and attentive to sustainable development.


With stylish suede inserts and cashmere-cotton knit, this lightweight jacket will keep you warm on your evening escapades. What more could you ask for? Cotton can be dyed, mercerised or brushed, with natural, recognisable characteristics depending on its origins.


Designed for hot, humid climates, this blouson in cotton serge and hemp will travel with you to the ends of the earth. It’s up to you to choose the destination.

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