The luxury men’s wear brand plans to “set its own schedule” for collections.
The Berluti designer created three collectible dolls that will be auctioned off in May for Make-A-Wish.
Berluti has postponed the event, initially scheduled for March 5, to April 8.
The event, titled “Living Apart Together,” will coincide with a retail push in China, where Berluti plans to open three stores this year.
Ahead of the brand’s first phy-gital show by artistic director Alessandro Sartori on July 17, ceo Gildo Zegna maps out his recent decisions and the opportunities his family’s company is ready to catch.