Ermanno Scervino SS11: Sail Away.

June 24, 2010
I know nautical-inspired looks are about as groundbreaking as florals (thanks Miranda Priestly!) for the Spring Summer season but I couldn’t really care less. What is it about a simple Breton tee or equivalent striped garment that screams enviable chic?
It instantly lends an air of assured masculinity whilst also bringing with it a quiet playfulness that saves it from the sartorially boring. Once again, the current SS11 Milan shows proffer everything from fabric innovation (Italo at Calvin Klein) to dramatic proportion-play (Giuliano Fujiwara). Still, it’s the easy luxe of the three below looks from Italian brand, Ermanno Scervino, that have captured my attention and induced unparalleled envy.

^ Ermanno Scervino SS11
The Scervino brand prides itself on its modern interpretation of traditional Made-in-Italy quality craftsmanship. With plunging necklines and asymmetrical cuts, I can only wholeheartedly agree.
Images from Broadway World and Zimbio