Kean Etro took a trip to India with a sun-faded, breezy collection of paisley print clothing that conjured the spirit of George Harrison after he discovered Ravi Shankar, the sitar, and Hinduism. Models donned silky overcoats that resembled dressing gowns, baggy trousers that pooled around the feet, and long, fluttering tunic tops inspired by the traditional salwar kameez. More structured silhouettes included wrinkled red or white drummer-boy jackets with matching frogging across the front, olive linen military style jackets embroidered with rose-colored threads, and one neat navy jacket with a raised herringbone weave. This collection is clearly not for everyman, but surely groovy enough for fans of color, pattern and quirk.

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