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Blue Ikat: Clouds Meet The Sea
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ETRO Dives Deep Into the Mediterranean

By Allison Merchant

June 21, 2016

Yesterday in Milan, ETRO dove deep into the depths of the Mediterranean with its 2017 spring/summer menswear collection. Titled “Blue Ikat: Clouds Meet The Sea” encompassed the enigmatic pull of the ocean with its calming blues and weightlessness of the infinite.

The basket-woven leather jackets with floral silk linings accented for the first time the shoulders of Zero Kilometre models: a group of freedom seekers strutting from the streets and homes of Milan. They consisted of men in every day extraordinary forms: tattoo artists, bohemians, fathers in love, happy lawyers, biker brokers, songwriters, and poets.

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Flowing with the grace of men at ease, the collection moved fluidly with small jackets, several in kimono style with swelling volumes crashing like waves over white cotton embroidered V-neck T-shirts. Sleeves were rolled to match the ankles of the loose fitting cropped pants. The style captured the simplicity of a seaside fisherman with the complexity of surprising quirks. The colors encapsulated the graceful synergy between sea and sky with monochromatic hues and pops of patterns to add life.

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