BERLUTI IN BLACK&WHITE to welcome Christmas with original shopping windows

Berluti presents its enchanting Christmas windows created by artist Emily Forgot. The English illustrator, known for the exhibition Fragiles which took place during Miami Art Basel in 2007, has envisioned an imaginary dialogue between 2D and 3D elements creating a never-seen-before prospective. The palette of choice is black and white, diligently handpicked to highlight the shoes’ patina, the accessories’ beauty and the clothes’ tonalities.  Until January 15th, these displays at Berluti’s worldwide boutiques will exhibit holiday table settings, the suffused atmosphere inside the cigar room of a gentlemen’s club, or a dressing room hiding, with a tad of possessiveness, Christmas gifts. Ms. Forgot’s illustrations will also be featured inside Berluti’s celebrative brochures, on the Advent calendar, and on the website in the section dedicated to customize greeting cards. Starting December 1st, 2014.


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