A 360-degree tour of the shows, from the invitations to backstage reports, grooming trends and venue highlights
The winds of change have been whistling through the bleachers at chez Berluti, with designer Alessandro Sartori shaking the roots of LVMH's fledgling sartorial project in a streamlined contemporary evolution. Showing the house's luxurious product in a garage may seem a tad off-brand, however a woodgrain set by hot Parisian agency Bureau Betak ensured slick, framed post-show pics and a key tie-in with their exclusive, wooden-soled derbies shaped by hand. An autumnal palette ranged through chocolate shearling to caramel wools and amethyst tweed, as Sartori crafted a wardrobe dangerously soft to touch, with sinuous and relaxed shapes eclipsing his previous efforts for their opulent wearability. The house's sturdy leathergoods made a covetable return in two-tone burnished brogues, weekender bags and a drawstring backpack.Photography: Anna Stokland/Jason Lloyd-Evans
Paris Menswear A/W 2014 Shows
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