Does the pattern look familiar?
You bet it does this ensemble from Etro's FW 2019 features the pattern commonly appearing on Bokhara Rugs.
These are actually called Turkmen Tekke rugs made by Tekke-tribe of Turkmenistan, they later got popular as Bokhara rugs because a large number were sold from there.Usually defined by rich reds featuring symmetrical patterns of repeated oval or diamond shaped motifs called guls.
These gul (sometimes gol or göl) itself are medallions of octagonal or angular shape used in Turkmen designs. The term “gul” is of disputed origin. It may come from the Persian word for flower, or the Turkish words for rose, or roundel, or even lake. It is said that these were developed from medallions worn by the oppressing Chinese rulers who used to denote their power/ranks by wearing various medallions. Today Turkmenistan's national flag features a green field with a vertical red stripe near the hoist side, containing five carpetguls (designs used in producing rugs). Swipe left to see photo of Turkmenistan's Tekke tribesman who originally produced these designs