Seeking comfy options, Ermanno Scervino worked with softer silhouettes and bigger volumes – especially in outerwear – blending femininity, tailoring and sporty elements for next Fall/Winter season.
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Relying on the brand’s craftsmanship, Scervino introduced a plethora of fringed coats and capes embellished with hand-embroidered motifs, chunky wool knits with crochet fringes to be worn over pleated or sequined skirts and leather dresses with intricate, lace-like cuts.
‘’I can’t see why to give up beauty and liking yourself, but these are difficult times, so my concept was to make women look good without making them uncomfortable. Beauty can be expressed and showed off with modesty’’, he said.
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