No, that title is not referencing the surprising new violent crime trend among upper management in Fortune 500 companies; it is referencing a new breed of seersucker I've seen popping up on suits recently. As any seersucker fabric, this is composed of alternating strips of straight and ruffled fabric, but unlike the traditional color scheme where the straigh stripes are blue and the ruffled stripes are white (or a more fun fabric which may use green or prink in lieu of blue) both straig and ruffled strips are white.
This makes for a suit that looks more formal that a blue and white seersucker suit, almost infringing on the territory of the white linen suit. This suit should provide a nice middle ground between the two though; it has the look of whit elinen but the comfort of seersucker. One might ponder, is linen not itself supposed to be a material that will provide comfort in the summer heat? Yes, linen should breathe and keep one's sweating to a minimum, but once one does sweat a good bit, many find that it becomes heavy and looses its breathability. Seersucker doesn't seem to suffer fromt he same ailment. This alone seems reason enough to check out this sharp looking material for your next suit.
Would I replace my white linen suit with a White on White Seersucker Suit? No, I still don't think it is appropriate for after the sun has set, but it does convey a certain refinement seersucker has, until now, sometimes seemed to be lacking.