A master of prêt-a-couture, there was something timeless about Ermanno Scervino's Spring/Summer 2016 collection.
A few pieces – the crystal-studded, knitted white tube dress with the jacket to match and the crochet lace midriff with matching tube skirt – could easily be worn on someone's wedding day and be passed down through the generations.
The Tuscan designer's knowledge and proximity to the top high-end Italian fabric makers was clear through the georgette and layered chiffon gowns, innovative military style organza, and the intricate mosaic pattern resort skirt ensemble.
He also reached out to the younger set with some safari style jumpsuits, a sleeveless trench vest, micro short suits in ecru, and a spicy leather tank dress with macramé stitching.
Perhaps Scervino is more in tune than meets the eye with what is happening with this social media frenzied generation. A friend of the Kardashian-West clan, Scervino has been successful in explaining his more classic fashions to a more youthful set – further emphasized by all the burgeoning fashion-blogger-icons in the front row who gave him a hearty applause at a jam-packed show of fans.