Etro S/S 2010 / MFW / Day four

The giant floral backdrop on the runway said it all — Veronica Etro has gone romantic for spring. And she did so while nicely continuing in last season’s controlled, focused vein, making this one of her more appealing outings yet. Here, she took a Seventies approach. But ditch any disco-glam thoughts; Etro is working the decade’s gentler side, complete with fresh-faced models sporting fluffed-up Diana Ross coiffures. She stocked the runway with floaty peasant dresses and tops in arty watercolor florals and softer renditions of the house paisleys and prints. She even flaunted a lighter hand in the tailored numbers. And cut louchely, Lauren Hutton-style, those leisure jackets and pants provided a welcome counterpoint to the rest of the ruffled and flounced femininity. The simple knits, meanwhile, were great.

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