Billed as “boho-chic” in his show notes, Ermanno Scervino’s collection lived up to the first part of that description with its fringe, tassels and suede, while serving as a reminder that “chic” is a subjective word. Scervino’s definition included flamboyant color combinations — bright orange and hot pink, mustard yellow and brown — worked on tunics, skimpy halters and clingy jersey mermaid skirts. More subtle, by virtue of its black-and-white palette, was the second half of the lineup, where some tailored options were an improvement on the fiesta wear.

Billed as “boho-chic” in his show notes, Ermanno Scervino’s collection lived up to the first part of that description with its fringe, tassels and suede, while serving as a reminder that “chic” is a subjective word. Scervino’s definition included flamboyant color combinations — bright orange and hot pink, mustard yellow and brown — worked on tunics, skimpy halters and clingy jersey mermaid skirts. More subtle, by virtue of its black-and-white palette, was the second half of the lineup, where some tailored options were an improvement on the fiesta wear.

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