Berluti Fall/Winter 2016 collection - a minimalistic, casual collection
When Alessandro Sartori returned from a trip to Marfa, that incredible open-air museum in the Texan desert, he brought with him the inspiration for a minimalistic, casual collection. Wide, roomy cuts, flowing jerseys, colours scorched by the blazing sun. A winter collection that proves there are no seasons.
Alessandro Sartori was moving Berluti far away from the all-out colour explosion tailoring that dominated his summer show.
There were more overt nods to this newfound Western inspiration - most notable in the proliferation neckerchiefs and Aztec-style prints across shoes and leather goods courtesy of Brooklyn tattoo artist Scott Campbell - these colours were deployed across precise casual tailoring, all with a covetable twist.
Trousers were carrot shaped looser around the thigh with a pleat, blazers had a second buttonable double layer at the front to give the impression the wearer was sporting two jackets at once and shirts were cut with a sleeve hitting the elbow.
Rich olive and cream wools woven into an almost 3-d texture on rollnecks, cashmere patches on jackets and soft-yet-smart joggers slipped under looser, equally soft oversized jumpers and slouchy coats.
Hits: 2000 | Leave a comment
About the Author
We are looking for men's suit tailors, fashion designers, managers, fashion consultants who want to share their knowledge and tips in an article or video and contribute to the site! Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Don't miss the opportunity as this will be a free advertisement for yourself and your menswear brand!