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Etro MenswearFall Winter 2014 Milan Menswear

Runway Review
1/13/2014 Ed Kavishe/fashionwirepress.com

Etro put its Made in Italy ethos in evidence by sending its tailors and seamstresses down the runway alongside models wearing their handiwork.

So a pattern-cutter named Flavio Cardilla marched down the catwalk to lively Italian folk music alongside a model wearing a closely fitted hound's-tooth suit, one of the many artisans joining in the parade.

"This show is dedicated to our tailors," said Kean Etro, who designs the menswear collection. "After all, we're together day in, day out."

The fashion house that has made paisley a way of life devised this collection out of a jangle of contrasting checks and plaids. The silhouette was slim and tight, layered with waistcoats and topped with a wildly printed paisley wool scarf for a look that is pure 21st-century dandy. Briefcases and suitcases in matching patterns completed the look.

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1/13/2014 Ed Kavishe/fashionwirepress.com

Etro put its Made in Italy ethos in evidence by sending its tailors and seamstresses down the runway alongside models wearing their handiwork.

So a pattern-cutter named Flavio Cardilla marched down the catwalk to lively Italian folk music alongside a model wearing a closely fitted hound's-tooth suit, one of the many artisans joining in the parade.

"This show is dedicated to our tailors," said Kean Etro, who designs the menswear collection. "After all, we're together day in, day out."

The fashion house that has made paisley a way of life devised this collection out of a jangle of contrasting checks and plaids. The silhouette was slim and tight, layered with waistcoats and topped with a wildly printed paisley wool scarf for a look that is pure 21st-century dandy. Briefcases and suitcases in matching patterns completed the look.


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