The House That Berluti Built

If anyone is still clinging to the notion that Berluti makes only leather goods—albeit luxuriously handcrafted ones—the label’s new Paris flagship on the rue de Sèvres will leave no doubt that it is a full-fledged fashion house. The 4,700-square-foot store is now Berluti’s largest, and it shows off the extent of the brand’s savoir-faire in a luxurious environment complete with leather-adorned walls and antique furnishings.
The ground floor displays a vast range of the shoes that first built Berluti’s reputati…

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