Berluti's style guide for the contemporary gentleman

The Italian fashion house revealed its Fall/Winter 2018 collection last week
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The Andy Démesure loafer was originally created for Andy Warhol in the 1960s, with an avant-garde style. Today, it is reworked into a modern look with alligator leather. AED 11,100
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Designed with the brand’s famed signature, this Scritto pocket square was inspired by an 18th century manuscript that pays tribute to calligraphy. The colourful square can also be used as a handkerchief. AED 490
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Also inspired by pop artist artist Andy Warhol, these rounded Rue Marbeuf sunglasses combine the vintage style of eyewear designer Oliver Peoples with Berluti’s classic colour palette. AED 1,575
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Simple yet detailed, Berluti’s Scritto cufflinks boast the brand’s signature inspired the an 18th century manuscript. AED 1,830
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A leather foldover cigarette case is what every modern man needs, boasting an engraved logo, a burnt-out look and push stud fastening. AED 1500
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You do not have to choose between a silk or knit tie with Berluti’s Two Tone piece boasting both materials. AED 560
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Berluti’s Incisione reversible leather belt is a wardrobe essential, offering two styles in one accessory. The 35mm wide belt features a plate buckle engraved with the emblematic Scritto signature. AED 2,880
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The Deux Jours leather briefcase was introduced in 2005, as part of the brand’s first leather good collection. Today, the large-capacity design remains one of the most popular models. AED 12,900
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This extra-slim Assao mini leather billfold is compact and functional, with a central clip that holds cards and notes. AED 2,180