MUST HAVE FW18: Etro's Fall '17 collection is a celebration of colors and motifs from around the world

No brand does bohemian glamor and elegance quite like Etro. “My work is an emotional endeavour. I observe everything, storing sensations and inspirations to share with my team,” says Creative Director Veronica - daughter of founder Gimmo.

Instead of drawing on a specific culture or theme, Etro's Fall '17 collection is a celebration of colors and motifs from around the world.

This fluid silk-crepe shirt is printed with tigers and the label's signature paisley pattern. Opt for the full look with the matching pants, or if you prefer a simpler outfit choose a plain black pair.

An avid fan of the Mexican artist, Veronica Etro is inspired by the colorful work and life of Frida Kahlo for Pre-Fall '17. Blended with lustrous silk, this jacket is made from satin-jacquard woven with polka-dot, paisley and floral patterns.

 It's beautifully embroidered along the cuffs and has fine grosgrain ties at the front. Slip yours over a camisole and casual pants.

For Pre-Fall '17, Veronica Etro looks to the colorful works of Mexican artist Frida Kahlo for inspiration. Cut from delicate silk and backed for structure, this choker is printed with vivid flowers on one side and graphic monochrome shapes on the other - it can be styled to show either. It has a neat stand-collar shape and is fastened by swishy tasseled ties. Wear yours with one of the label's signature paisley blouses, or echo the lookbook and pin it with the coordinating brooch.

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