For Ermanno Scervino’s Spring/Summer 2016 Menswear Collection, military inspirations meet the sartorial world, resulting in unexpected combinations. The Collection plays with natural fibres to obtain new materic effects: jute, hemp, linen, cotton/paper. Blazers and unstructured jackets in vintage linen, raw cut, highlight a new silhouette. Knitted sweaters are decorated with floral inlay works or by wires of sequins in dusty shades. The macro houndstooth is matched with the camouflage, while the “Napoleonic” jacket becomes duvet, or pea coat in hemp. The regimental stripe is the protagonist and describes geometric patterns in contrast. The Jacquard floral fabrics express lightness on denim, on damask linen shirts, or they are embossed in tailored suits. Passementerie for brooches, scarves, macramé accents, regimental ties and motives are the twist of the Collection. View the runway look in its entirety in the above gallery.