Ermanno Scervino melded lingerie with outerwear in his fall collection, which he described as a meeting between couture and technical elements.

A blush-pink hooded jacket was lined with fur, while a cropped puffer vest was sandwiched between an emerald lace dress and a forest-green sheepskin coat with rolled-up sleeves. Sheepskin was a recurring element, from the coats slung over slinky silk or lace slipdresses to the mountain boots, including one pair worn with a pink ribbed mohair sweater and coat. Gold grommets added edge to a champagne satin slip; silver studs outlined an oversize check pattern on dresses and coats.

If some of the designer’s luxe-versus-utility mash-ups seemed a bit contrived, the hardware detailing gave traditional innerwear an intriguing edge.

Ermanno Scervino melded lingerie with outerwear in his fall collection, which he described as a meeting between couture and technical elements.

A blush-pink hooded jacket was lined with fur, while a cropped puffer vest was sandwiched between an emerald lace dress and a forest-green sheepskin coat with rolled-up sleeves. Sheepskin was a recurring element, from the coats slung over slinky silk or lace slipdresses to the mountain boots, including one pair worn with a pink ribbed mohair sweater and coat. Gold grommets added edge to a champagne satin slip; silver studs outlined an oversize check pattern on dresses and coats.

If some of the designer’s luxe-versus-utility mash-ups seemed a bit contrived, the hardware detailing gave traditional innerwear an intriguing edge.

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