"I control," Giorgio Armani told WWD early this week. The designer was referring specifically to his distaste for delegating responsibility, but he might as well have been offering commentary on the spring collection he showed on Thursday, a flamboyant amalgam of aggressive geometry, splashy florals and molto embellishment. A bold Bauhaus motif provided the control mechanism, which shaped it all into a coherent, lively collection.


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