Brand Spotlight: Serien°umerica

Posted by Sarah Evans on

Through the observations of every day life - shapes, patterns, images, textures, feelings - Serien°umerica weaves these inspirations into an industrial vision of modern Italian comfort. Utilizing technologically advanced forms of production alongside tried and true hand techniques, the juxtaposition of two manufacturing processes is the fingerprint of the brand.

Born in 2009 from a devotion to the art of fashion, serien°umerica is a brand that considers constant research and experimentation its foundation. Based in Turin, Italy, the two designers, Maria De Ambrogio and Stella Tosco, focus mainly on knitwear and leather accessories. They work closely with Italian artisans to break away from usual schemes, reinterpreting the culture of the product. All pieces are made in Italy where the brand was founded.

The Over Jacket in Denim is styled with the Skant by Nicholas K, and the Undercut Sneakers by Puro.

Featuring details such as drapey shapes, flowing fabrics, exposed seams, and contrasting top stitching, these pieces are maximal in their characteristics. These staple pieces make a statement when introduced into any wardrobe.

Scroll through to see how we've styled a few of the pieces!

This outfit is great when you want to look put together but need to run around town all day. Both color ways are made from a slightly textured fabric that adds something extra to the traditional boxy button down!

The Boxy Shirt in the white colorway has been styled with the best-selling Hustler Ankle Fray by Mother Denim and the Lovett Shoe in white by Rachel Comey.


The Boxy Shirt in petrolio features a gorgeous jewel-like hue, and that visually appealing textured cotton fabric!

Two words: Denim. Tuxedo. Serien°umerica style! The Over Jacket in Denim with your favorite Mother blue jeans pairs incredibly well with the Andy by Janessa Leoné and the Art&Sole boot by Puro.

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