Tue, February 10 2015 » Fashion Blog
CHECK, STRIPES AND FLOWERS
For Ermanno Scervino’s romantic rock patterns
The Ermanno Scervino man for the coming Autumn-Winter will be wearing inverted shearlings, heavyweight flannel shirts in cotton with micro-crystal inserts all emanating that romantic rock flavour that this Maison has chosen for its modern dandy.
Check patterns are starring on bouclé wool overcoats with shearling on the collars, and hints of red, burgundy and lime. A tailored look for overcoats, cabans and duffle coats, with fastenings in hand-stitched leather, declined in the salt & pepper, herringbone, chevron and maxi-Prince of Wales patterns, coupled with shades of camel.
The interiors reveal a knitted lining in a striped pattern, also in the knitted creations in mohair. The Navy overcoats become glam uniforms thanks to the micro-mirrors embroidered on lapels and collars.
The outer knitwear is brightened up with multicolour mouliné threads, with Norwegian-inspired stripes and jacquard patterns, or with contrasting fluo colours on the grisaille jacket of the tailored suits. The pants are slim-fitting and in new fabrics, like the Scottish wool batting.
A must for evenings, the shirts in check patterns with micro-crystals, over trousers with a tuxedo cummerbund. The details: the tuxedo band is in knitwear with a striped pattern. For the accessories, split or calf lace-ups in the colours of the collection.
Ermanno Scervino states: “Today a designer must know how to remain true to his DNA, proposing something beautiful, something new, but always with top-of-the-range quality to please his international clientele.
Aiming for a timeless beauty with its roots in the present but projected towards the future is the goal of everyone who produces Made in Italy items”.
Sun, February 8 2015 » Fashion Blog