For his namesake resort collection, Giorgio Armani reinterpreted his iconic daywear with a nod to the Far East that’s evident, the designer said, by “the asymmetric cuts, the precious buttons and the gem-inspired color palette of jade, amethyst and lapis blue.” Lacquered frog closures embellish a navy blue reptile-printed napa trenchcoat and a black silk blazer featuring satin lapels and constructed shoulders, while a gray floral silk jacquard strapless dress recalls the silhouette of a Chinese porcelain vase. Armani used his tailoring expertise to introduce two new pant styles: a loose version with a transversal cut on the hem to reveal the heel, and a cigarette trouser in taffeta accessorized with a bow belt.

For his namesake resort collection, Giorgio Armani reinterpreted his iconic daywear with a nod to the Far East that’s evident, the designer said, by “the asymmetric cuts, the precious buttons and the gem-inspired color palette of jade, amethyst and lapis blue.” Lacquered frog closures embellish a navy blue reptile-printed napa trenchcoat and a black silk blazer featuring satin lapels and constructed shoulders, while a gray floral silk jacquard strapless dress recalls the silhouette of a Chinese porcelain vase. Armani used his tailoring expertise to introduce two new pant styles: a loose version with a transversal cut on the hem to reveal the heel, and a cigarette trouser in taffeta accessorized with a bow belt.

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