The prince of pop art is the inspiration behind Berluti’s bold new loafers.
T-shirts, pants, pocket squares — there are some wardrobe essentials it’s OK to scrimp on occasionally. Your shoes, however, are worth investing in; a good, well looked after pair should last you at least 10 years. Take Berluti’s handcrafted Andy loafers.
A classic shape originally designed for pop artist Andy Warhol by the company’s Olga Berluti, the shoes have since become one of the brand’s most popular styles, available in a wide array of leathers and fabrics. The loafer’s latest incarnation has been loosely inspired by its patron, finished in a rainbow of hand-patinated hues.
We’re particularly taken with the cobalt pair. Aside from being bang on trend, they’ll look the business with a dove grey Berluti suit from the brand’s first clothing range, set for release in the autumn. Andy loafers by Berluti, (price on request, berluti.com)