Paris Menswear Runway Shows

PFW Men: BERLUTI SS20

Courtesy of Berluti

Photo by Benoit Auguste
Courtesy of Berluti.

 

Berluti’s Kris Van Assche embraced an elevated reality for Spring/Summer 2020, continuing his journey through the house’s heritage. Classic codes were updated, icons were used as a starting point for new pieces, and the previous season’s adventurous designs were amplified in color and detail—like the patina suit (made to mimic the classic shoe) and the motocross trousers, now seen in colorful looks paired with matching marbled shirts and jackets. The diverse qualities of a contemporary masculinity yielded pieces like overcoats (in colors like fluo orange and cobalt blue) sans sleeves, Bermuda shorts in the place of pants, and trousers with split zipper details at the hem. Also resurfacing from the archives was the heritage scritto motif embossed on suits, used as graphics on shirts, and appearing as shadow writing on pinstriped tailoring.

Courtesy of Berluti

Courtesy of Berluti

Courtesy of Berluti

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.