Genghis Kean Etro — his words — offered up a collection full of good vibrations, colors and fabrics that took its inspiration from the Hindu and Buddhist faiths, the never-ending circle of life and Celtic symbols. It may sound like a mishmash, but this strong collection pushed the prints and Italian craftsmanship for which the company is known. The show featured tight-fitting trousers — for fast running to keep up with life’s impermanence — and generously cut jackets, including herringbone styles with shadowy prints of Mandala patterns; and faded, tie-dye-like prints on other short, boxy jackets with rounded shoulders. Paisley jackets were shot through with gold embroidery while fluid, bathrobelike coats had a devoré effect — as if they’d been swiped from the backs of old, hard-living aristocrats. Jersey knits, meanwhile, were worked to masterful effect, and ended up looking like plaid or corduroy for jackets and suits.