MUST HAVE: For Resort '18, ETRO fuses African motifs with Anglo-Indian textiles
Veronica Etro is the eternal traveller – each of her collections is inspired by a corner of the globe that she's recently visited.
For Resort '18, the designer fuses African motifs with Anglo-Indian textiles, and this coat is a perfect example of the two. Made from lustrous floral-jacquard and lined in lime-green satin, it's detailed with crystal-embellished buttons and contrasting striped trims. Wear yours with a simple camisole and jeans for evening.
Etro's kaftan-inspired dress is featured in the label's Spring '18 campaign - it really pops out against a lush tropical backdrop.
Made in Italy from floral satin-jacquard, this maxi style is framed by lustrous silk trims and intricately embroidered with a bouquet of blooms in metallic and colourful threads. It looks equally elegant styled with sandals or stilettos.
For the label's Pre-Fall '18 collection, Veronica Etro designs pieces that can be worn for a number of occasions, depending on how you style them.
This elegant poncho is cut from weightless fil coupé chiffon that has touches of silk and patterned with a vibrant floral motif throughout the airy silhouette. Temper the sheerness with a black camisole.
Etro celebrates its 50th anniversary with a joint womenswear and menswear presentation - sister and brother duo Veronica and Kean borrowed elements from the label's archives. Printed with a paisley motif first introduced in 1981, this peasant dress is made from wispy chiffon and has cotton and silk-blend jacquard panels. The wrap silhouette ensures a flattering fit, while the full skirt moves beautifully as you walk.