ETRO’s Fall/Winter 2021 menswear collection kicked off a new chapter for the brand with a virtual show this week as part of Milan Fashion Week.
Designed by Menswear Creative Director, Kean Etro, the collection takes on an optimistic, uplifting mood that embraces life and offers a bold new attitude.
With this collection, ETRO has asked itself what makes the House relevant for today’s customer and the result is an eclectic, colourful and ironic approach.
A sense of freedom runs through this collection which brakes fashion rules and pairs together unlikely pieces of daywear and eveningwear.
A combination of casual and smart, function and aesthetic, bold and muted this collection is a coming together of colours, prints and styles with a classic ETRO twist.
Impeccable blazers with cadet details and robe coats in rich fabrications are layered on colour- blocked sporty anoraks decorated with discreet Paisley patterns. Recycled wool maxi sweaters find place next to shirts featuring collars made of archival silk linings, while the Pegaso logo pops up on bomber jackets and oversized hoodies.
baggy utility denim pants splashed with cashmere motifs is counterbalanced by the impeccable sartorial sophistication of camel coats and double-breasted suits featuring deconstructed fluid silhouettes.
Pyjama-inspired piping details enrich shirts. Quilted jackets are crafted from ETRO’s vintage upholstery textiles. Retro sport-inspired logo bands run down the legs of nylon track pants.
When it comes to footwear, beautifully constructed brogues and loafers, punctuated by studs, juxtaposed to patchwork sneakers with neon laces. Mandalas and Paisley patterns stand out on highly functional backpacks, pouches and cross body bags with multiple pockets on the straps to carry everyday essentials.
A range of vests coming in a blend of wool and mohair are part of a see now-buy now genderless capsule collection immediately available, in the neon tones of blue, yellow and pink, on etro.com.