I have a Love/Hate relationship with Berluti. They look amazing in the showroom or catalog but some just don't seem to wear well. I see many Berluti shoes with big creases across the top once worn. Some consider that normal but I don't because I never experience that with Lobb. The leather Berluti uses seems to vary too, perhaps they use different vendors to manufacture their shoes? I have heard that is the case but don't know for sure. The shoes you have linked too show the type of creases I avoid. They may be enhanced by the style of the shoe where you have one large single piece of leather across the front that accents any creases. A shoe with a cap toe and laces would visually break this up and make the creases less obvious.