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I’ve not been writing much, with college dominating the majority of my time now my passion for fashion is suffering. It’s always rejuvenating to just sit around on a Saturday morning viewing the extensive haul of shows I’ve missed throughout the week. I came across Etro’s fall/winter 2013 collection and I’ve not been able to get over it since. A collection I dubbed “artsy fartsy”, it displayed strong influence  of the renaissance that I (the avid art enthusiast) can’t help but to glorify. Print’s ruled the day, an abundance of styles brought me back full circle to the time when art was on the rise (there was so much to take in at the same time). That being said it didn’t hurt the collection to have so much going on all at once. Lurid prints paired beautifully with long, and more rigid short coats were the creme de la creme for me. The more dark and sexy aesthetic of Etro’s creative director seemed to be tame for this latest presentation, giving the viewer a much more unwavering appreciation of the detailing in every look that paraded the catwalk . 

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Etro Fall/Winter 2013

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Etro Fall/Winter 2013

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Etro Fall/Winter 2013

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Etro Fall/Winter 2013

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Etro Fall/Winter 2013

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Etro Fall/Winter 2013

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Etro Fall/Winter 2013

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Etro Fall/Winter 2013

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Etro Fall/Winter 2013

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