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One of the most famous photographs of the sixties is
"Girls In The Windows" a picture of 43 women in the
windows of a derrilect brownstone on the East 58th street.
The Berluti guest filed into the grounds of the Hotel de Sully
to find that creative director Alessandro Sartrri had re-staged
Gigli's photo with 45 male-models in the window of the
17th century mansion in Le Marais.
Given the business that Sartori and CEO Antoine Arnault
are shaping, the extravagance was appropriate with
an extra-ordinary menswear bespoke collection.
BY MIKE KAGEE