Tuesday, 15 January 2013

Etro Fall 2013 - Philosophy of flow

The theme of the collection was based on pre-Socratic Greek philosopher Heraclitus’ two word philosophy "panta rei" - literally everything flows, meaning that everything is constantly changing.  True to its theme, the collection was indeed a cosmic flow, a journey to far lands for inspiration. The collection with an undercurrent of Himalayan (read Mongolian), Japanese and North European inspiration was meant for someone who is a world citizen with a bohemian edge.

The brand known for its signature paisley, presented a collection that was a blend of rich colours, intricate patterns, brocades, Celtic symbols, animal prints, tribal motifs and earthy tones. Turtle necks, robe cut outerwear with ornate prints, slim pants, quilted pants, fur coats, tailored jackets, trenches and interesting range of footwear including fur boots were some of the key pieces of this collection. Silk, wool, cashmere and velvet completed the fabric story of this collection that celebrated and embraced the very spirit of constant change.

(Image courtesy - style.com)

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