Berluti: Alexandre Mattiussi of AMI could be its next AD
According to our sources, Alessandro Sartori could be replaced at Berluti by Alexandre Mattiussi, founder and AD of the AMI label. A very different profile from the former Artistic Director of the LVMH men's label.
For Alexandre Mattiussi, it was first the label, launched in 2011, that was able to develop at a certain point with the help of the French investment fund Mode et Finance (BPI). And which, above all, is seen as a French success story for its market, with some 300 customers around the world.
The brand has three points of sale in Paris: rue d’Alger (Saint-Honoré), boulevard Beaumarchais, and rue de Grenelle in Saint Germain des Prés. It also has a boutique in Tokyo.
What's more, and this undoubtedly has something to so with the potential agreement with LVMH, in 2013 AMI was the first men's label to win the prestigious ANDAM award.
Also on his CV, Alexandre Mattiussi worked as a menswear designer for four years, from 2004 to 2008, at Givenchy, another LVMH label, where he left behind a good impression.
AMI is the acronym for Alexandre Mattiussi, the label's founder and Artistic Director, plus the last letter of his surname. "AMI proposes a wardrobe that makes sense and that is full of good sense, laidback and chic at the same time. AMI is like a friend, authentic, sincere, and with a message that is always warm and friendly," writes the label on its website.
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