Feb. 22 - Veronica Etro shows new digital prints for fall 2013 at her runway show in Milan. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
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STORY: Italian fashion brand Etro ventured in a fantasy world of digital prints and futuristic shapes for her Milan fall 2013 womenswear show on Friday (February 22).
Designer Veronica Etro was inspired by ethnic, Renaissance and Russian motifs for her powerful woman who travels the world and mixes cultures.
Prints - for which the fashion house is famous - were reinvented to include layers of pixels and starry constellations in shiny sequins and contrasting colours.
Some models wore short jackets in thick cloth over knitwear, paired with silk skirts for a sporty silhouette.
The designer created new volumes for shirts, with important shoulders sculpting a sophisticated woman who wants to impress.
Etro's outerwear featured large volumes, a trend next winter, with some coats without sleeves to accentuate the idea of free style.
Geometric cuts on dresses unveiled the skin.
Etro worked an intense colour palette of cobalt, grape, cranberry.
Pleated skirts - a trend next winter - looked like new kilts with zips and flaps.
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