Boho-Navajo was the main theme from Etro, bringing updated silk-printed skirts with detailed embroidered peasant blouses, fringed ponchos, printed braided sweaters all teamed with fringed moccassin boots
Jason Tucker, Harrods GMM of Womenswear
Inspired by a desert mirage, Veronica Etro's line-up was the definition of boho-beautiful, with its Navajo-printed layers, fringed ponchos and earthy, organic fabrics. Opening with printed midi dresses in creamy white paired with suede jackets or perforated leather waistcoats, the looks were glammed up with beaded fringes and layers of jewellery made of silver, feathers and turquoise stones. Silk robes featured the house's signature paisley print, this time reimagined in circular swirls, and topped trousers in canvas or denim, while dresses were worked up in poncho styles, either tiny or oversized. A series of all-turquoise looks followed, with silky shorts and gauzy blouses worn over lace-up moccasin boots. Knitwear abunded, with loosely woven sweaters in a multitude of opaque colours.
Who we saw: French Vogue editor, Emmanuelle Alt
What they wore: Her signature black blazer, skinny jeans and black courts
In a nutshell: A bohemian rhapsody
See the Etro Autumn Winter 2014 show