When it comes to pre-collections, Etro creative director Veronica Etro is a pro at incorporating the house’s signature aesthetic into a functional wardrobe. For this lineup, Etro showed V-neck tunics, coats over shift dresses and skirts paired with tie blouses, all done in reworked versions of the brand’s classic paisley motif. They were blended with other graphic patterns in a color palette that Etro said juxtaposed “bold, bright colors like fuchsia, acid lime and electric blue with the sharpness of black and white.”

There were also more masculine, dandy-inspired looks, such as a printed tuxedo jacket matched with stretch faille ankle-length pants.

When it comes to pre-collections, Etro creative director Veronica Etro is a pro at incorporating the house’s signature aesthetic into a functional wardrobe. For this lineup, Etro showed V-neck tunics, coats over shift dresses and skirts paired with tie blouses, all done in reworked versions of the brand’s classic paisley motif. They were blended with other graphic patterns in a color palette that Etro said juxtaposed “bold, bright colors like fuchsia, acid lime and electric blue with the sharpness of black and white.”


There were also more masculine, dandy-inspired looks, such as a printed tuxedo jacket matched with stretch faille ankle-length pants.

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