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Ermanno Scervino’s Creates An Adorable Children’s Line.

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Ermanno Scervino’s Creates An Adorable Children’s Line.

If you’re a fan of Ermanno Scervino’s hyper luxe, Italian-chic style then you’re in for a treat, the king of excess has launched a kidswear line and it is adorable.

The Italian fashion house will debut a children’s line for next Fall-Winter 2016/17, perfect timing for “Back to school” shopping.

The collection offers comfort and casual style and features pieces for city wear or for Holiday breaks in the mountains.  The collection is on trend with European style with dresses and sweatshirts with military patches that become “jewels”, combined with precious striped shirts and romantic lace underpinnings for flare and drama.


The dresses and sweaters are featured in warm pashmina adorned with Valenciennes lace. Even the sweatshirts are glam embroidered with soft macramé illuminated with tiny rhinestones and studs, all played in muted shades of powder pink, light gray and silver.

ESJ_FW1617The line also features a sportswear take inspired by the Prince of Wales.  Wide-leg trousers are paired with colored lace tops and chucky knitwear and topped with a luxurious two-tone faux fur bomber which creates a gritty look and will keep her warm while maximizing style.  Also featured are glam eco-friendly Mongolian and cashmere knitwear pieces in off-white.  

Ermanno Scervino Bambini , foto Marco Mori/New Press Photo

The must have piece from the collection is the parka embroidered with studs and stones. The collection also includes accessories such as fun backpacks embellished with lace and embroidered with studs and rhinestones, faux fur colored boots, hiking boots and sneakers that enhance the look of the collection.

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Nichelle Cole is the founder & creative director of The Fashion Plate magazine. A respected writer, stylist and influencer, she has been published in fashion magazines around the world.

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