Berluti, the famous LVMH shoe brand, will continue their expansion with two exceptional sites in Paris.
The first store, 14 rue de Sèvres (Paris “left bank”), is the historic site of the retailer Arnys and will open in the first half of 2013. Founded in 1895 by the Italian Alessandro Berluti and headed by Antoine Arnault, the house of the same name, whose artistic direction was entrusted to Alessandro Sartori, will present its collections of shoes, leather goods and ready-to-wear.
The "14 rue de Sèvres" remains an iconic place and one of the few places in France where it will be possible to make a fully tailor-made suit. Artisans Workshop Arnys and employees of the House will join the LVMH group.
The second store, 9 rue du Faubourg Saint Honoré (Paris “right bank”t), is currently occupied by the retailer Faconnable. A return to their roots, the store is just a few steps from the rue du Mont-Thabor where Torello Berluti opened a store in 1928.
Both of these transactions have been carried out by by Cushman & Wakefield who were instructed by Berluti.