Cheeky and sensual femme-enfants, vaguely shadowy and naughty, paraded for Ermanno Scervino, which retrieved and reinvented menswear pieces or clothes pulled from old trunks. Covering their arms with gloves, the girls wore bombers, oversize down jackets, rigorous pinstripe or gutsy leather jackets, paired in a contrast of genres with light swing skirts cinched at the waist. The iconic slip dress was printed, intarsia’d and decorated with raised lace, becoming the absolute star of a new contemporary style for day or evening, without being too romantic. The light, airy dresses came in a mix of floral patterns embellished with ribbons and ruffles. Lace was a recurring theme throughout: as a decorative detail, laid over prints, as an intarsia, edge or neckline, in a whirl of white macramé. Alongside pastel tones, crimson and bright green.