Etro refers to the Italian company that specialises in selling extraordinary crafted, brightly coloured paisley (Etro's hallmark), foulard and Brocade ties and vests, as well as finely tailored suits.

Etro started as a textile house, company produced beautiful fabrics with intricate prints.
In the 90's the company expanded into ready-to-wear and the the brand now covers shoes, handbags, eyewear, home furnishings, fragrance, and accessories including ties, shawls, scarves, pocket squares, and wraps. The company was founded in 1968 by Gimmo Etro and is based in Milan, Italy. All aspects of the business are still family-owned and operated: Veronica Etro designs womenswear; Kean Etro handles menswear; and brothers Jacopo and Ippolito run Etro's textiles and accessories, and finance and home divisions, respectively. The Etro look is still consistent and pervasive: dazzlingly printed separates, lustrous fabrics, and offbeat color combinations.

Among Etro's celebrity clients are: Kate Bosworth, Beyonce Knowles, Kristen Bell, Fergie.

Herewith also are the perfumes designed by Etro:

Ambra (1989)
_Benetroessere Raving(2001)
_Benetroessere Relent(2001)
_Benetroessere Resort(2001)
Etro Dianthus (2008)
Gomma (1989)
Heliotrope (1989)
Lemon Sorbet (1989)
Magot (1996)
Patchouly (1989)
Pegaso (2009)
Vetiver (1989)
_Via Verri
_Vicolo Fiori(1996)

List of books: Etro

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