Etro Spring 2016 Menswear Runway Review
The theme for Etro's Spring 2016 menswear runway show was their classic paisley prints in exotic copper and pastel hues with plenty of golden, shimmery and metallic undertones.
What was unique about the Etro menswear show that differentiated itself from the rest was that each male model was styled to have their own individual personality through different hairdos, colours, shades, textures and length of each piece of clothing.
Dutch supermodel Ton Heukels opened the runway show wearing sandy brown suede slip-ons with a sheer pink pastel V-neck top and Indian kurta inspired long silk coat with matching skinny pants in a sandy desert color.
Like a cauldron of Indian spices, colourful and flavourful at the same time, each outfit packed a punch to all six senses.
The male equivalent of a celebrity supermodel (Cara Delevingne) - Lucky Blue Smith, who has cult followings in the Philippines and beyond, demonstrates how men can look smart with a skinny, casual buckle belt.
Our favourite outfit has to be the pink collarless suede overcoat. Pastel pink never looked so good on men in stark contrast to Gucci's disastrous new menswear collection by Alessandro Michele which tries too hard to put men in drag.
The bohemian and carefree style of Etro can be seen in a knitted sweater with deliberate messy big stitches.
From ultra smart shiny suits to casual but still sharp blue leather biker jacket and bermuda ensemble, the Etro runway show was an ultimate win.
Style tip: There's nothing a dressy pair of shoe won't do to spice up an outfit and raise the game.
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