《Ermanno Scervino @ SS2012》

Ermanno Scervino SS2012 Men collection classic themes take on new forms in shades of sky-blue, becoming peculiarly modern. They blend into a backdrop of new cotton/linen/silk mixes, see-through raffia frame, and cotton/steel knitted fabric yielding a deliberately wrinkled effect that is never two dimensional. The Ermanno Scervino man will wear unlined and unstructured tailored suits and jackets with minimalist Prince of Wales check or houndstooth prints or a play of stripes, in a variety of new soft summer fabrics that naturally follow the shape of the body.
These trade off with cotton shirts brightened by invisible steel wires or with cardigans in cotton, linen, hemp, or raffia, in which the hints of red and light blue carve out the shapes. And between seasons, the pullovers morph into super-light quilted technical jackets that close with a zipper as an alternative to trench coats and military-inspired pea coats. He will wear pants with a soft yet fitted cut, even high-waisted, in shaded degradé colors; more formal versions are present with a silk crease with necktie-inspired micro designs. Wool crêpe for tuxedos in blue and white with lapels in silk faille, both single and double breasted, to be worn over cotton and cotton/silk pure white shirts closed by white bow ties. 
The women collection takes us on a voyage across the India of Rajasthan and of the Maharajas. On distinctions between sporty and couture melt away in this new collection, one that offers daring combinations of different materials and different worlds. Graphic fishnet or cotton lace, a weave which evokes Vienna straw yields a style with essential volumes of sartorial structure.

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