PARIS — For Giorgio Armani, joining the couture party with his Privé line in 2005 has burnished his global business — and expanded his design horizons.
“Privé has liberated a part of my creative energy, allowing me to explore a more imaginative and free dimension of my vision of style,” the Italian designer told WWD ahead of his “One Night Only” event here on Tuesday.
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