Bohemian types and Coachella regulars, take note: Etro served up a collection chock full of Navajo influences and Western details. That means, yes, plenty of fringe, a lot of geometric bead work, and a whole lot of tan suede. This inspiration was so deeply woven into the collection, that it started with long, careless middle parted locks to the were dream catcher-like necklaces that circled the neck, finished off with a a feather or two. While there were plenty of signature Etro patterns throughout, some of the quieter pieces were the most outstanding; like a pair of cream brocade trousers with a fringed side seam and patchwork denim coat in light indigo. But for the print-centric, a grey silk tunic dress with a beaded skirt is a brilliant option, as is the woven sweater featuring a mix of white, red, and blue, all paired with a peasant skirt in the same color scheme. Not feeling the Native American influence? Perhaps the delicate heeled sandals will do the trick, with a suede wrapped ankle detail (and, of course, tassels).