• Etro: Ready-to-wear AW21

    1 month ago - By 10 magazine

    Gimmo Etro, who founded Etro in 1968, has collected many special things over the years, including the costumes of Rudolph Nureyev. Veronica Etro dipped into her father's private archive for inspiration for her AW21 show. The rest came from the sartorial flair of Jimmi Hendrix and the idea of free-spirited, unfettered dressing, which has long been part of the Etro DNA.
    The silhouettes had an eighties feel. So leggings and over-the-knee boots were worn with little lace-up, renaissance jackets inspired Nureyev's costumes or shoulder-padded cable-knits. There were T-shirt dresses in cotton or...
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  • AGR: Ready-to-wear AW21

    AGR: Ready-to-wear AW21

    1 month ago - By 10 magazine

    AGR is the brand rebelling against traditional knitwear tropes, one technicolour-dream-knit at a time. For its first full collection, the London-based design studio moved away from statement, stand-alone garments and instead unveiled a myriad of sleek, serotonin-inducing knits in a sudden nostalgic resurgence of psychedelic prints. Think nomadic grunge-meets-acid trip-meets-the new nineties cool kid on the block.
    Creative director Alicia Robinson worked her kaleidoscopic colours into feather down puffas, gradient bodycon dresses and stripy zip-up jumpers. Many looks were swathed in...
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