Ermanno Scervino Fall/Winter 2015

David Bologna, Staff Writer

A city girl’s dream awaits in Ermanno Scervino’s latest Fall/Winter 2015 collection. Drawing inspiration from the office to the streets to the city lights, this season brought a touch of Milanese modernity to the unmistakable decade between the 60s and 80s that is sure to be a trend.

A simple color palette of black and white framed the show with spotted prints, black sequin dresses, sheepskin evening gowns, and a white duvet couture skirt belted beneath a solid black turtleneck. Soon, red took the streets in fur accented scarves, multi-layered lace dresses, and supple suede gloves perfect for an evening affair.

It was the color blue that stole the show, however, especially when woven with its neighboring metallic gold into a glistening plaid that could only be perfected by its retro ascot accent. From there, cobalt coats with fur cuff accents and slick cobalt pants were a hit. The true knockout piece was an oh-so-chic navy double-breasted pantsuit complete with a lavaliere shirt and flared hemlines from wrists to ankles in true urban 70s style.

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