News & Analysis
1 April 2019
1 April 2019 • By Laure Guilbault
Menswear - Autumn 2019
19 January 2019
The collection was freewheeling but lacking cohesion. A few more months of study might help Kris Van Assche hone his recipe.
3 April 2018
3 April 2018 • By Kati Chitrakorn
30 March 2018
30 March 2018 • By Kati Chitrakorn
19 January 2018
Haider Ackermann is by nature a colorist and he proved it this season with a deft mix of formality and nonchalance.
Menswear - Spring 2018
27 June 2017
24 June 2017
Haider Ackermann brought more of himself to his sophomore collection for the house, subtly infusing Berluti’s essence with drama and his signature loucheness.
24 April 2017
Amanda Dargan and Robin Mellery-Pratt
Menswear - Autumn 2017
23 January 2017
21 January 2017
Haider Ackermann's reconciliation of discipline and indulgence at Berluti promised to be one of the highlights of the men’s week in Paris. The fact that his throngs of fans were undeterred in their adoration suggested that he managed to pull off the balancing act.
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