Pop and sartorial art meet and merge to give life to the new Resort SS 19 collection by Ermanno Scervino


The atmosphere of the seventies London inspires feminine looks and streetstyle.
Shorts or light lace dresses are paired with suede jackets with fringes or Mackintosh in refined Vichy. The canvas is reinterpreted in a sartorial way to become a chic coat.

The skin, with a rock soul, is lightened and softened from the jacket to the shirt, and matches with the tartan, used for sophisticated jackets or innovative kilt-pants.

A pop taste, full of bright colors and jacquard copyright, starts with street icons such as denim and T-shirt, but made in sophisticated jacquard.

But it also spreads on the most precious garments, such as organza bustier dresses or double coats, which have fluorescent shades and an unusual kimono cut.
The same tuxedo becomes a pop statement: worn over the T-shirt, it is colored with micro-floral prints. Floral prints that, in macro, embellish evening dresses.

The line is revisited as a feminine fantasy on dresses and petticoats exhibited. Precious materials such as satin and cady mark the softness of the wide-fitting trousers.