Berluti SS20 Introduces Whimsical Takes on Men’s Suiting

Berluti SS20 Introduces Whimsical Takes on Men’s Suiting

Berluti SS20 Brightens up Paris Men's Fashion Week using bold colors and artisanal craft.

Berluti SS20 Brightens up Paris Men's Fashion Week using bold colors and artisanal craft.

Text: Czar Van Gaal

While the designers on the Paris Men’s Fashion Week circuit may fluctuate, the presence of tailored suiting will always serve as base for exploration, and this season's suits and ties did not disappoint. Delivering designs you couldn’t have imagined in your wildest oversized-blazer dream, Kris Van Assche of Berluti leaves his PFW Men's counterparts in the dust with an innovative take on classic suiting for Berluti SS20.

The solely-menswear marque of LVMH, formally known as Berluti, is more exuberant than ever. In fact, it’s practically jumping out of their well-manicured seams. Using color and artisanal craft to breathe new life into the brand, Designer Kris Van Assche sends bright orange, yellow, and teal looks down the runway. The oddly refreshing color palette juxtaposed with sophisticated, traditional styles (reminiscent of Eighties' satin lapel prom suits) are furthermore enhanced with the use of ostrich feathers. Fully committed to this newfound landscape of snazzy luxury, Van Assche incorporates an element of cursive writing to complete the collection.  

See looks from Berluti SS20 in the slideshow below.

Credits: Photos Provided Courtesy of Berluti and Vogue

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