IF THE SHOE FITS: Berluti is playing prince to Cinderellas in Paris. The luxury men’s brand is to introduce five of its most emblematic shoes adapted to women’s feet this September at Le Bon Marché, the Left Bank department store. (Both the brand and the store are owned by luxury giant LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton.)
These include the Alessandro lace-up and the Andy, the latter a loafer named after Andy Warhol.
Berluti also downsized its Un Jour briefcase and added a cross-body strap, rounding out the women’s range. In the past, Berluti has shod many famous women in bespoke shoes including Patti Smith, Greta Garbo and Sophie Marceau.