A new era. New attitudes and perspectives mark a different way of dressing. Naturally classic, pure Armani, with a severe allure that is highly contemporary.
A collection with a strong metropolitan ethos, accentuated by innovative silhouettes and materials that create surprising effects and convey a tangible sense of energy and an impression of privilege and wealth.
A PLAY ON FABRIC
“This is a value Giorgio Armani has always held on to with determination and consistency.”
“To this end, this season’s Giorgio Armani collection for men reinterprets the classic patterns of men’s fabrics with a touch of irony, emphasising volume, for example tweed, in a range of dolomite-inspired colours, like incredibly light blues and cyan blues, with dots of rust red and oxidized brown.”
“This ‘dolomite’ look is also expressed in the hermetically-sealed zippers on the shirts and matching waistcoats, their minimalism giving a simple, clean cut appearance.”
“It is a look that reappears in the velvet and wide-ribbed corduroy trousers, as well as in the cashmere sweaters that feature prints on light backgrounds for a strong, pleasing contrast.”
“The iconic double-breasted coat is in knitted wool. The fitted, shorter jackets with deconstructed shoulders are matched with 4-dart pants.
The collection demonstrates the new armani silhouette, featuring stretch fabrics throughout, emphasising the concept of elasticity and comfort.”
[ Source: Armani.com ]
As you know: my favorite combination of “color” is Black and White. There is nothing sexier or more stylish than the sharp contrast between the ying and the yang. Giorgio has done a fantastic job with the Spring/Summer 2012 Emporio Armani Womanswear collection.
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Click here for the menswear fashion show video.
Giorgio Armani presents “Boudoir”, a film by Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott, starring models Sasha Pivovarova and Diego Fragoso.
All clothing Giorgio Armani Autumn/Winter 2011-12, Boudoir collection.