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post #76 of 357
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Originally Posted by Maharlika View Post
Count me in as a Berluti fan. I visited their flagship store at the Rue Marbeuf in Paris last Fall and it's very impressive. I specially like their "Swann Club" upstairs complete with a bar, photos of their famous clients and dining area.
You swallowed the mystique that they're pitching. Nothing wrong with that, but just so long as you know that you aren't just buying their product for the inherent value of their product.
post #77 of 357
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Count me in as a Berluti fan. I specially like their "Swann Club" complete with a bar, photos of their famous clients and dining area.
Drink up.
post #78 of 357
why is it that this thread is called the berluti shoe thread , and there is NOT one picture of a berluti shoe?????
post #79 of 357
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Originally Posted by diorshoe View Post
why is it that this thread is called the berluti shoe thread , and there is NOT one picture of a berluti shoe?????

Maybe the Kool-Aid man is wearing a bright red pair. ... Wait, there's not enough creasing!

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why is it that this thread is called the berluti shoe thread , and there is NOT one picture of a berluti shoe?????
My "Andy" Loafer from the Classic Collection. http://www.pbase.com/rends/image/68794782.jpg My "Cyclist" from the Tatoue Collection http://www.pbase.com/rends/image/74914862.jpg
post #81 of 357
I love shoes and yet hate Berluti. How did this happen?
post #82 of 357
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Originally Posted by aportnoy View Post
I love shoes and yet hate Berluti. How did this happen?
You were born with eyes?
post #83 of 357
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Originally Posted by diorshoe View Post
why is it that this thread is called the berluti shoe thread , and there is NOT one picture of a berluti shoe?????

post #84 of 357
Although I wouldn't buy Berluti but I have to admit I like looking at them, the finishes are extraordinary, some of the lasts can stand up to 8000, 888, or U. Only if they are better contructed.
post #85 of 357
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Originally Posted by Maharlika View Post


The loafers are OK. Wearable but just a bit wonky. The other shoes pictured are just abortions, or at least they should have been.
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The loafers are OK. Wearable but just a bit wonky. The other shoes pictured are just abortions, or at least they should have been.
The photo doesn't do it justice. What makes Berluti so unique is their 'patina' and coloring. That pair actually has a 'glow' and the Siena Brown/ Black combo is quite beautiful.
post #87 of 357
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Originally Posted by aportnoy View Post
I love shoes and yet hate Berluti. How did this happen?
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Originally Posted by iammatt View Post
You were born with eyes?
You have a lot of cheek?
post #88 of 357
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Originally Posted by RJman View Post
You have a lot of cheek?
now that you are basically Franch are you developing a soft spot for Olga and her club?
post #89 of 357
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I love shoes and yet hate Berluti. How did this happen?

You did not get a bespoke pair made by Berluti.
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You have a lot of cheek?

Not anymore, I lost a little weight.
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