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etro1 Nikolay Biryukov Lenses Etros Dynamic Fall for Interview Russia November 2012

Explosive Style – The November issue of Interview Russia highlights the fall-winter collection of Italian label Etro with this trippy shoot photographed by Nikolay Biryukov. Model Agata dons Etro’s art-deco inspired prints and seventies cuts in a collage of dynamic images, styled by Katya Fedorova. / Postproduction by ika Morozovskaya, Hair by Svetlana Alpatova, Makeup by Natalya Malova

etro1 Iselin Steiro, Magda Laguinge & Laura Love Star in Etros Fall 2012 Campaign by Mario Testino

Dapper Etro AutumnEtro’s fall 2012 campaign has a dame-ish and dapper attitude with colorful images featuring Iselin Steiro, Magda Laguinge, Laura Love and male models Miles McMillan and Ton Heukels. Captured by Mario Testino, the group wears Etro’s colorful prints and patterns with a focus on rich textures and decadent layering.

etro Etro Fall 2012 | Milan Fashion Week

Etro’s Ladylike SeductionEtro’s explosive prints took a demure turn for the label’s fall 2012 show presented on the third day of Milan Fashion Week. Designer Veronica Etro steeped the autumn season in a dreamy palette of marmalade, ash grey, powder blue, burgundy, navy and inky black. Slinky, body hugging silhouettes dominated the runway as models wore sheer materials paired with abstract patterns. Hints of fur, flirty ruffles and leather brought a luxe vibe to the autumn silhouettes. For beauty, models wore slicked back hair and plum or nude lips.

etro2 Carmen Kass, Ella Kandyba & Ophelie Rupp for Etro Spring 2012 Campaign by Mario Testino

Moroccan DelightsEtro’s colorful explosion of prints finds a Moroccan setting for its spring 2012 campaign starring Carmen Kass, Ella Kandyba, Ophelie Rupp and male models Bruce Machado and Andres Risso. Captured by Mario Testino, the group soaks up the sun with loose-fitting silhouettes and distressed hair.

etro Etro Spring 2012 | Milan Fashion Week

Etro’s Roaring SpringEtro continues to marvel with it signature print and pattern work for the spring 2012 season. Following the trend of art-deco inspired fashion, the Etro woman takes on 1920s silhouettes with skin-baring cut-outs for a more modern update of the classic flapper shape. The color palette is eclectic, ranging from bold pop art hues to simple black and white.