The go-to label for boho-luxe style, looked to the world of interiors this season for the Etro Fall 2015 collection with outfits that blended printed fabrics with lush woven textiles.

“After Spring’s gypsy detour, I thought it was time to settle down and enjoy the pleasures of interiors,” said Veronica Etro. She worked the prints like puzzles in monochrome patchworks, opting for a Seventies-era palette of camel, coffee, tobacco and leather. “Because it’s earthy, it creates this sense of groundedness, rootedness,” she explained. “It’s something safe.”

To counteract the profusion of patterns, Etro kept the shapes lean and clean, with robe coats in blanket-soft double-faced wools, matching tunics and pants, and silk skirts with patterns spliced into the pleats. The collection was all about lean ’70s silhouette and a moody color palette.

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