BERLUTI – AUTUMN/WINTER 2014 COLLECTION

by • July 29, 2014 • Fashion & Arts, StyleComments (0)2614

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Parisian brand, Berluti has unveiled their Autumn-Winter 2014 Collection. Known for having great attention to detail, the outerwear pieces in the collection require 60 to 70 hours of meticulous handcrafting in the Berluti ateliers. The collection consists of their 3-peiece suits, overcoats, jackets, shoes, ties, sweatshirts, briefcases, carry bags, gloves and other accessories.

A distinguishing feature of the collection is the padstitch motif. Padstitching is a tailoring technique used in the internal construction of tailored jackets. On the lapels, these stitches run in alternating vertical diagonals to create a herringbone pattern. They are sewn by hand to the canvas within the jacket and are never meant to be seen. But for this collection, the pad stitch has been brought out onto the surface to become a decorative finish that creates a unique texture, bringing traditional tailoring and the warm touch of the human hand to innovative fabrics. Pad stitches are hand-sewn onto evening suits made in pure Japanese mohair, and onto bags. The padstitch pattern has also inspired the herringbone Jacquard which features on shirts, sweaters and ties.
For more info and availability head over to Berluti.com.

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