Etro Catwalk Fashion Show Milan SS2011

September 24, 2010 by  
Filed under Fashion, Milan, womenswear

At Etro champagne, brownies, and colorful pillows on our seats set the right mood for the show. Yet the clothes itself already told a great story.

That story started with a high waisted pair of floral trousers and a black & white zig zag printed top. Then Etro’s famous paisley print came by on a t-shirt dress, followed by airy top with open shoulders.

There were asymmetrical halter dresses, slim tunics, silk pants, color blocking shorts and printed pant suits. Some tops and dresses had the shape of handkerchief and seemed to be made out of just one square piece of beautiful printed fabric.

Several outfits were a combination of two prints, yet created the illusion of one piece. Their earthy tones and popping brights (flag green, turquoise, coral) shades matched perfectly. They added to the whole seventies vibe of the show.

Apart from the prints much attention was paid to decorating the looks as well. We loved the jackets embroidered with tribal patterns, the tunic dresses with black and white beading, the bags with scarf pattern, the wood platform sandals and the jewellery.

The models looked comfortable and chic. And since the seventies are officially one of the biggest trends for next spring, we’ve got a feeling this Etro collection will become a big hit.