Etro’s loud prints scream their creativity in the S/S 2015 collection

Etro's loud prints and colors emphasize its tropical inspiration.

by 26 June 2014

Colorblocking took up the whole first half of Etro's fashion show for Spring/Summer 2015, with the loud prints in paisley and plaid surprising audiences near the middle. The majority of Etro's models in the first half of the show wore blazers and trousers, making it seem a very formal collection. However, there were several double breasted blazers breaking up the line. In addition, some more casual wear including pullovers, sweatshirts, cardigans and shorts were scattered throughout the collection, lending it some diversity.

Once the loud prints in multicolored paisley, unorthodox prints such as food or seashells, and bright colors like yellow and turquoise began appearing, the collection took a whole new turn. The printed clothes were much less close fitting than the fitted suits of the first half of the show, and even the few fitted pieces were loud, bright ones. This show, according to Etro, was inspired by tropical travels and certainly stuck to its inspiration.