From the Runway: ETRO Spring 2014

ETRO Spring 2014 Ready to Wear
ETRO Spring 2014 Ready to Wear

A few days ago Saks Fifth Avenue invited me to the ETRO Spring 2014 Fashion Show held at the Perez Art Museum of Miami. The outside terrace of the museum by architect Herzog & De Meuron served as the perfect venue for the runway. Local chic and fab ladies ventured the chilly 55 degree night wearing fur coats and knee high boots (yes in Miami).

ETRO is famous for its printed graphic silky fabrics, and to upheld their name this collection was all that. Flowy skirts and loose halter top dresses went down the runway. Metallic fabrics and accent details like fringes, trims and belts completed the bohemian chic look, which I think is perfect for our weather.

All pictures by me.

Vivid Reds and Metallic Accents
Vivid Reds and Metallic Accents
Drapey and loose shapes
Drapey and loose shapes
Belt Perfection
Belt Perfection
Metallic Fabric
Metallic Fabric
Mix patterns
Mix patterns
Accesories
Accesories
Flowy
Flowy
Oriental themed
Oriental themed
Red!
Red!
Love that necklace
Love that necklace
Intricate skirt details
Intricate skirt details
Can you say Miami with this dress?
Can you say Miami with this dress?
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One Response to From the Runway: ETRO Spring 2014

  1. What fun! And LOVE Etro’s prints. Right up there with Pucci.

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