The effervescence of the post-referendum also hit Agnese Renzi ‘s outfits . Sober and with a low profile, the former first lady joined her husband during the midnight speech at Palazzo Chigi after the outcome of the constitutional referendum on 4 December. On social networks, a controversy arose around the sleeveless sweater she was wearing. There are those who criticized her for not changing her dress after a whole day, and also those who criticized her for the price of that sweater. “And of the designer Ermanno Scervino , how can you afford it with the salary of a teacher eh
”, wrote a user on Twitter. The criticisms were also reported on the pages of the newspaper Il Giornale. THE DRESSES OF AGNESE
The sleeveless top in the crosshairs of criticisms is described on the Scervino online shop site as an “elegant perforated top in alpaca blend, made precious by the ribbed collar and pearl applications”. Value: 730 euros.
However, there has not been the same controversy over the long black lace dress, also signed by Scervino, worn at the premiere of the Inferno film. The price of this garment instead is 1,939 euros (1,163 euros, discounted on the Yoox website). Always Scervino the bustier dress in black lace doubled on crepe de chine embroidered with crystals, chosen for the gala dinner at the White House with Barack Obama and his wife Michelle Obama . Perhaps Agnese Renzi also returned the dress as Bebe Viola did with the Dior dress worn for the occasion.THE DESIGNERS OF THE FIRST LADY
During the eight years of mandate, Michelle Obama has entrusted her looks to different designers: from Canadian of Taiwanese origin Jason Wu to Latin Americans Isabel Toledo , Narciso Rodriguez and Maria Cornejo , passing through Brandon Maxwell , the trusted designer by Lady Gaga .
In her 1011 days as first lady, Agnese Renzi has always focused on Made in Italy. From Valentino, an icon of Italian style in the world, for which she chose the first antique pink dress, with butterfly sleeves, worn during her arrival in Washington on her last visit to the USA. Perhaps also by Valentino and the overcoat worn for the opening of the Holy Door in St. Peter’s for the Jubilee of Mercy. The price: 3752.72 euros. And probably also the coat worn during the visit to Nevada in March 2016 (cost: 1256 euros). But, you know, many brands know how to imitate designer clothes well. FRIENDSHIP WITH SCERVINIO
Ermanno Scervino, friend of the Renzi family, and Agnese Renzi’s favorite designer for some time. Just as the Florentine designer dressed the first lady of Azerbaijan, Mehriban Alieva, he regularly took care of the look of the Prime Minister’s wife. A precarious teacher, Agnese Renzi did not want to move to Rome to follow her husband. But when it came to accompanying Renzi to official events, Agnese almost always put herself in the hands of her trusted stylist and friend. To receive Michelle Obama at the Expo, in the meetings with David Cameron or Angela Merkel , on the Asian tour, Agnese has always chosen the Scervino signature. In an interview with, the designer said about Agnese Renzi: “I’ve always dressed her. What about her style About
her Well, she knows how to dress ”. WHO IS ERMANNO SCERVINIO
Born as a signature in 1999 and as a brand in 2000, Ermanno Scervino has been Renzi’s favorite fashion house since he was mayor of Florence. To inspire Scervino and the fashion icon Coco Chanel . As for style and trends, Scervino shows a certain admiration for England: “The English look, the renewed tradition. Right now I define my style as ‘royal rock’, like the ‘camel’ in a very modern and very rock version. I like working on this concept ”.
Present in Rome, Milan, London, Paris, Madrid and Barcelona, ​​the Scervino brand counts on made in Italy quality but has a global dimension. The brand has become prominent in markets in Russia, China and the United States. Scervino is a close friend of the tycoon Mikhail Kusnirovich and his wifeEkaterina Moiseeva . The group’s plan is to reach 20 million euros in sales by 2017.

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