Jan 17, 2018 | By Samuel Trotman
Just as Prada gave us a dose of the unexpected, so too did Kean Etro, with a restrained collection full of jewel-toned goodies. For F/W 10, the designer took his flamboyant peacock to the country and showed a strong British influence in the form of windowpane plaids and quilted hunting coats. The laundered tartan pants, many of them in velvet, were an excellent starting point for outfits that included bouclé peacoats and washed suede trenches. Checked spats and knit leg warmers contributed to the collection’s warm and luxurious layers, building on a trend seen on the streets over the last year. After so many seasons of over-the-top extravagance, it was refreshing to find the Etro man outfitted in more sophisticated options, thankfully still fit for a countryside coxcomb.
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