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This wardrobe belong to a thinking girl synonymous with style"
 
modern female warriors!
 
The Etro family began using textiles and fashion as a mode of art rather than a mode of expression. Etro is identified primarily with Gimme (born Gerolamo), the founder, but today the company is managed by his four children: Jacopo manages textiles, leather goods and the home collections, Kean is responsible the menswear collections, Ippolito is the CEO and Veronica is responsible for the women's collections.
                                 

The Paisley pattern is a constant point of inspiration for Etro. The pattern is an ancient decorative feature originally from Persia where it symbolized the shoot of the date palm which represented the tree of life. The pattern was much used on precious hand-woven Indian fabrics until it later was adopted for the use on shawls of nineteenth-century women.
Etro has a collection of one hundred and fifty cashmere design shawls dating from 1810 to 1880. The collection lead to the inspiration of the Paisley pattern, commonly used in the Etro collections from 1984 to present day.