Eclectic and a tad extravagant, or rational and sleek. Giorgio Armani broke free for resort by delivering a versatile collection, which offered various takes on his signature style.
Surrealism inspired the colors and many of the graphics included in the lineup, which was based on a vivid palette. There was a sense of subtle irony vibrating in the micro jackets with voluminous sleeves inspired by Eighties prom dresses, while a blazer crafted from snakeskin-like leather was printed in a multicolor, vivacious leopard print. A cropped organza jacket, worn with fluid washed silk pants, was exquisitely embroidered with flowers and moons.
Joan Mirò’s artworks influenced the graphic motif of a textured silk jacket featuring a padded bottom edge, which was matched with a printed leather plissé skirt.
Despite the abundance of embellishments, colors and patterns, Armani also showcased his more essential style. This was epitomized by a lightweight wool clean, fitted suit with a slightly retro jacket and by an elegant pair of black trousers revealing a graphic built-in belt, paired with an oversize white shirt.
See More From the 2018 Resort Collections:
Public School Resort 2018: Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne reimagined the perfect items from their childhoods growing up in New York in the Nineties.
Marc Jacobs Resort 2018: Marc Jacobs put together a festive, pretty, mildly nostalgic collection embellished to capture beauty in motion for resort.
Chloé Resort 2018: The French fashion house’s interim season between Clare Waight Keller and Natacha Ramsay-Levi’s tenure’s was full of bohemian greatest hits.
Alice + Olivia Resort 2018: Stacey Bendet twisted American sportswear and classics with feminine flair in a message of optimism for resort.
Monique Lhuillier Resort 2018: Monique Lhuillier expanded her offerings for resort, introducing knits and a wider array of separates to the collection.