Veronica Etro wants to “celebrate nature, positivity and love with an explosion of colors”, marking the post-pandemic “awakening and rebirth”.
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Her new Spring/Summer 2022 collection featured an assortment of knit crop tops and low-rise loose-legged pants that are reminiscent of the late 2000s. She’s also embracing boho through mostly traditionally feminine silhouettes of goddess-like flowing gowns and cheeky cutouts.
The fashion house’s classic paisley print takes a nostalgic turn, with a bandana-esque pattern peeking through on patchwork patterned dresses and pants.
Though there were hints of blues and blacks, the show centered on oranges and yellows with a few notes of pink and hints of gold. These colors took on large geometric patterns that recalled Etro’s start in paisley. Garments also included florals and stripes, but in more subdued arrangements than the geometric patterning.
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