BEST of the BEST 2014 | Style | Men’s Fashion | Stores: Berluti

More like gentlemen’s clubs than boutiques, Berluti’s new stores in Paris, New York City, Tokyo, and other fashion capitals entice clients with stylish appointments and strategically placed seating areas that beckon one to linger, unwind, and enjoy the surroundings. Designed by the architect Gwenaël Nicolas with furniture by Gaetano Pesce and artwork by such luminaries as the photographers Elliott Erwitt and Rodney Smith, the stores also have private areas for bespoke consultations and fittings, artfully displayed clothes and accessories, and patina bars where patrons can have their Berluti shoes polished and colored to their liking. These stores reflect the same refined aesthetic that informs Berluti’s clothing and accessories, which include this lamb’s-wool coat ($4,970), wool-and-mohair trousers ($1,035), cotton-and-silk shirt ($805), silk tie ($250), leather boots ($2,720), and leather bag ($3,650). (212.439.6400, www​.berluti.com) Watch by Chopard.

The design of the 538-square-foot boutique is inspired by the original Prada store in Milan…
The Italian accessory maker’s newest Gommino shoe is highly customizable…
The designer’s latest scent is a rich blend of spicy and sweet notes…
The NBA all-star Tyson Chandler and his wife collaborate with Selima Optique…
Photo by GSI Commerce
New designs honor the brand’s 1970s roots with vintage flair…
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The shoemaker and leather tannery join forces to craft two new men’s styles...
For the new line, the company has teamed up with 130-year-old pewter maker Royal Selangor…
The new line of glasses features design details inspired by traditional typewriters…
Along with clothing, shoes, and accessories, the new store will offer a limited-edition surfboard…
These sunglasses were made famous in the blockbuster movie Terminator 2: Judgment Day…