Italian designer Ermanno Scervino is the main reason not to rush to Paris on the last day of Milan Fashion Week, staying in town for Mr. Scervino’s Spring Summer 2016 show was once again the right choice. The designer sent down the Milanese runway a modern men’s collection shaped with his easy to spot on signature.
The Ermanno Scervino Man for Spring Summer 2016 abandons himself in a glamorous dégagée dimension. Military inspirations meet the sartorial worlds, resulting in an unepxtect combinations. The collection with natural fibers to obtain new materic effects: jute, hemp, linen. Cotton/paper. Blaseres and unstructured jackets in vintage linen, raw cut, highlight a new silhouette. Knitted sweaters are decorated with floral inlay works or by wires of sequins in dusty shades. The macro hooudstooth is matched with the camouflage, while the ‘Napoleonic’ jacket becomes duvet, or peacoat in hemp. – from Ermanno Scervino
For more of the Spring Summer 2016 menswear collection photographed in Milano by our fashion week photographer Maud Maillard continue after the jump: