MILAN — “Eccentric” is not a term instantly associated with Giorgio Armani, but the designer believes it’s time to change that and has arranged an exhibition to show just how whimsical his designs have been over the years.
The exhibit, set up at Armani’s Tadao Ando-designed headquarters in Milan and titled “Eccentrico,” was unveiled after the signature brand’s spring show Sunday evening.
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