Close up: “Fashion should enhance women’s femininity and beauty,” said Ermanno Scervino


“Fashion should enhance women’s femininity and beauty,” said Ermanno Scervino. “In every collection, this is my main concern. Of course, the style has to be timeless. But it also has to be modern, addressing women’s contemporary needs.” Pre-Fall delivered on this assumption, with plenty of options that blended practicality with the designer’s unabashed passion for voluptuous femininity.


Scervino likes glamour, that’s a fact; even sustainability has to receive the luxurious, expensive-looking treatment. That goes for a sleek tuxedo in what looked like white satin, which was actually made of the smoothest, luscious eco-leather.
Sharply cut with an hourglass-shaped, silk-lapeled, double-breasted blazer, it was given a sensuous flair via a flimsy turtleneck in milky white lace worn underneath. Who says that sustainability can’t be sexy? (vogue.com)







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