Beauty first and foremost. Ermanno Scervino’s intention was clear to see in a collection that won’t be pigeon-holed into a trend, preferring to fly free with its colours and materials towards a timeless dimension. White, ivory, pastel pink, sea blue and green were used alongside discreet patterns and animal designs, while black appeared sparingly. The Florentine brand’s focus on craftsmanship shone through in plissé lace, dreamy voile layers and in an ability to insert details from military uniforms into an extremely feminine look. A few references to menswear were even introduced, such as the lace lapels on a tailored jacket or the striped shirts given puff sleeves or paired with horizontal striped trousers. Some faux leather pieces, including a tight jumpsuit and a white biker jacket for everyday wear, were more linear.