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18/04/2019 8:45 am  

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There is hardly any men's ready-to-wear designer who would quickly identify "bespoke tailors" as their brand's biggest competitors. Alessandro Sartori, creative director of Berluti, does. And with that he establishes a tall order for his luxury house, which started as a bespoke shoemaker to the glitterati in 1865.?

He is no stranger to luxury, having been artistic director at Zegna, and is credited with the creation of the successful Z Zegna line before he joined Berluti in the summer of 2011. Although he started the clothing line from scratch, Sartori is on a mission to change the average man's (with a higher-than-average net worth) attitude to dressing.

Sartori has singled out "character" as Berluti's greatest strength and has run with it. Some of that character comes from their current and past famous clients but all of it is based on the thin line that runs between continental European and British dressing, which the soft-spoken Italian has mastered with this new venture.

"I was so delighted and looking forward to launching a brand with depth and beauty with an amazing heritage with customers like US artist Andy Warhol and Italian actor Marcello Mastroianni, Yves Saint Laurent and Pierre Berge," he says. "Today we have shoe customers turned RTW customers like royal offspring Andrea Casiraghi and actor Jeremy Irons. The brand is a combination of Italian and French values such as the Italian quality and attention to detail but with French impertinence and attitude to colors like the use of dark violet, petrol blue and brown. But the attitude to make this work in a personal way is very British. We think about each customer with his own needs, desires and style."

This accurate and logical classification is chicly illustrated in their website in a user-friendly ready-to-wear section divided into English Boldness, Italian Nonchalance and French Classicism. Clothing styled for every fashion need in every area of a man's life is laid out and photographed like a magazine editorial and organized as a wardrobe should be.?

At Berluti's price points, there are very few players in a very competitive market serving a very exclusive and demanding clientele. All of them have their strengths and RTW has a way of instilling brand loyalty among their clients. When pressed, Sartori identifies the following (other than bespoke tailors) as his competitors - Loro Piana for knits, Tom Ford for design details and Kiton and Brioni for suiting. He reveals his methods for wp-contentroaching and capturing this highly coveted market.

"Many of our RTW customers start off with shoes then went to RTW and others have never bought shoes at all. What is interesting is that we don't have a specific age group of customers. They don't belong to an age matrix. We have 20-year-old to over 70-year-old customers. They are more ambassadors than clients of the brand," says Sartori. "This is a very educated customer who wants something more for himself. Our customers are very demanding but at the same time once we have a good relationship with them, it is very difficult for them not to come back into the stores."

The brand's positioning is clear: On the surface, the high prices keep the brand exclusive. But delve into every collection closely and the most perfect construction and most unusual fabric treatments and weaves are uncovered. The resources and time spent on research, development and labor would make mass production impossible.

"We keep strong brand awareness only for connoisseurs because we don't want to talk to everybody and we can't because of the product and the price," says Sartori. "More than becoming big, we want to be close to our customers and make the brand feel like a men's club."

Aside from communication to and from boutiques, Berluti stays in direct contact with their customers through special events which Sartori calls the "Gentleman's Club". These are held in various cities, most recently in London.

About 100-120 customers and their friends (potential customers) were invited to an evening trunk show featuring about 20 outfits where Sartori explained every look and the store took private wp-contentointments either for personal shopping, semi-mesure and even Grande Mesure (fully bespoke, done by the Paris Left Bank tailor Arnys).

"The next day, we had 10 wp-contentointments from people who were curious about the brand," says Sartori of this particular event. "We want to be deep and tight more than huge, but very close and in step with the customer. We need to grow but in a strong and clever way."

Sartori addresses the idea of men being resistant to change. "Generally the adage is men are afraid to be styled in a different way so we started with (introducing luxurious fabric in) simple things," he says.

Last spring he used an open work pique jersey in two-tone jacquard on basic polo shirts. Highly prized Japanese denim was cut and crafted with couture details like leather binding. Sartori makes a strong point that the denim is "not just classic ring (ring denim is a type of denim weave where the threads are wound 'like rings'- meaning vertical then woven. This technology came from Japan)", but a special machine-washable weave of 70 percent cotton and 30 percent silk, which will not fade.

This autumn, stores have received unlined leather blazers and unlined cashmere sports jackets. This coming spring, expect to see suits in linen and Tussah silk with tweed finishes. Next winter, he will introduce baby llama, cashmere and alpaca melanges in unlined, striped, solid and checked jackets.

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