Since departing Z Zegna for Berluti, Alessandro Sartori's designs have not seen the bright lights of a runway. That all changed this season as Berluti put on their first runway show under Sartori and the result was a multi-generational event with supremely chic designs. Roomy coats were matte and well executed while sportswear and suiting had the signature Sartori aesthetic: a mix of youthfulness and classic Italian tailoring. In a word, the collection was marvelous. Bravo to LVMH for tapping Sartori to take Berluti, a stuffy cobbling label, to one of the most highly anticipated collections coming out of Paris nowadays.