For pre-fall, Veronica Etro put a new spin on the house’s signature paislies by matching them with tribal graphics. Black-and-white patterns were injected with fresh tones — coral, cobalt blue and lime green — shown on wearable looks that ranged from a feminine crepe de chine dress embellished with a ruffled bib to a structured blazer with embroidered trim and a flared patchwork skirt. Etro also added a masculine touch via men’s wear-inspired patterns, such as the tielike micro-geometric print on a pair of crepe de chine pants paired with a bouclé Prince of Wales jacket.

For pre-fall, Veronica Etro put a new spin on the house’s signature paislies by matching them with tribal graphics. Black-and-white patterns were injected with fresh tones — coral, cobalt blue and lime green — shown on wearable looks that ranged from a feminine crepe de chine dress embellished with a ruffled bib to a structured blazer with embroidered trim and a flared patchwork skirt. Etro also added a masculine touch via men’s wear-inspired patterns, such as the tielike micro-geometric print on a pair of crepe de chine pants paired with a bouclé Prince of Wales jacket.

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