ERMANNO SCERVINO

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Un’indianina moderna, che cerca il suo stile tra richiami antichi e voglia di contemporaneità nel suo guardaroba.

Per la primavera-estate 2013 Ermanno Scervino cerca una nuova armonia: «Data da un nuovo senso del colore e da un approccio grafico molto contemporary», ha spiegato lo stilista.

Nella sua collezione si alternano microabiti ricamati e dondolanti di frange da squaw a long dress estremamente body conscious decorati da piume d’organza o ingentiliti da ricami macramé dal sapore arcaico, da indossare sopra a zeppe in legno design dal sentore tribal-contemporary.

Tagli cut out trasformano le maglie in lana mohair in pezzi di fine artigianato, come i mini dress e i coat in pelle.

La palette scandita dai toni del fucsia, dell’arancio, del giallo e del viola virano all’improvviso verso grafiche optical black and white, dai contorni quasi tribali, che si stagliano sui giacchini dall’approccio tecnico che si susseguono in passerella alle divise formate gilet sfrangiati e pantaloni capri.

Un’indianina modern, looking for his style calls between ancient and contemporary feel like in her wardrobe.

For spring-summer 2013 Ermanno Scervino looking for a new harmony: “Data from a new sense of color and a graphical approach very contemporary,” said the designer.

In his collection alternate microabiti embroidered and fringed by swaying squaw in long dress extremely body conscious organza decorated with feathers or softened by embroidery macrame archaic flavor, to wear over a wood wedges with the scent tribal-contemporary design.

Cut cut out the mesh transform wool mohair pieces of fine craftsmanship, such as mini dress and leather coat.

The palette punctuated by shades of fuchsia, orange, yellow and purple suddenly veer toward optical graphic black and white, edged almost tribal, that stand on the approach technical jackets that follow the catwalk to the uniforms formed fringed vest and capri pants.

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