Etro S/S 2021 Milan

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  1. vogue28

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    As the only person on this forum who cares about this brand I found this was a very middle-of-the-road Etro collection. Too much beachwear looked like a Resort collection.
     
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    I think they should turn the lights of their atelier on, when choosing the prints for the next collection...:sick:
     
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    I think Etro puts out stronger collections during the Fall Winter Seasons. Their Spring Summer Shows always lack a certain maturity and elegance. They go way to overboard with the prints and colours, until it ends up looking way to Beachwear.
     
  6. Darko

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    Ok where is paisley :shock: this season:blink:
     

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