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Editorial

Changing and/or mixing periods and cultures; this is the new diktat for menswear from Ermanno Scervino, who reinterpreted British style by teaming tailoring with sporty clothes, details and accessories. Military overcoats were layered over micro and macro check shirts unbuttoned at the chest and jeans with fringed hems, while linen kaftan-shirts decorated with pop patches were worn half tucked into soft track pants with side band and drawstring waist and sneakers, some without laces. These were alternated with oversize trousers and bermuda shorts paired with cashmere or cotton sweaters with palm tree motifs layered over Breton stripes in bold red, yellow and fuchsia. One look paired shorts with a Prince of Wales blazer updated with brushstrokes of colour. ‘Today I love you’ and ‘just for today’ written on the accessories expressed the carefree mood of the contemporary man.