ARMANI does again and knows what men want. They want to be bold and exotic, like the mountain gorilla of East Africa. He knows a man lives in the gym and the collection has a lot of bags perfect for those who workout or the guy that just needs an urban tote with immense style.
The show was innovative and made for the age of COVID-19. We’re sad to not see the audience, however, we understand that Giorgio Armani wants everyone to be safe. Audience shows will come back and in force too!
The music was beautiful and the model selection, was the best of the best of Milano. Overall, we love this show and you can’t go wrong adding Giorgio Armani to your wardrobe.
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Giorgio Armani has always been fascinated by the psychology of dressing. He explores the nuances and passages in a very natural way. It is no coincidence that his style was immortalised in a film scene showing a man in front of a wardrobe, intent on making a choice. The new collection is just that: a structured wardrobe, a collection of garments that, when updated, span the decades in rapid transitions. They are clothes that each man can wear and mix and match as he wishes, to express and portray himself. There is also a touch of eclecticism in conceiving new volumes and applications: jackets are soft and flowing like shirts, coats are supple and enveloping, sweaters adhere to the body and are punctuated with geometric patterns. The journey into a world of typically Armani ease follows a chromatic path that switches between natural hues, deep blues and black, alongside flashes of leather, brightened by velvet. This is the portrait of a self-assured, nonchalant man, who can dispense with a jacket in the evening, wearing only a velvet shirt.
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