Giorgio Armani’s history in the FW19 collection

Every collection tells a story, the Autumn Winter 19  fashion show asserts the sophisticated simplicity of the Giorgio Armani aesthetic. A language that dives in the depths of the sea among shades of night blue painting fitted tailleur adorned with Armani’s logo. Touching grey tones of man’s suit: simple tailoring, sometimes in pinstriped fabric to wear with tie or open-necked. Also Armani’s women prefer manlike pants made feminine by large hanging earrings flower-shaped. Blooming on tops, coats, even on quilted jackets to wear in their spare time. When men’s and women’s wardrobe becomes fluid, free of constriction. Almost sportswear, but without sneakers. Women’s ankle boots are made of velvet, men wear sweatshirts. Than the outfits meet the elegance of black tones that paints gowns and tailored suits, tops and tailleurs. Among paillettes, faux furs, mini handbags. And high-heeled pumps with ankle strap that elongate women’s silhouette.

It’s the first time that Giorgio Armani decides to host a fashion show at Armani/Silos in via Bergognone, an exhibition space set up to illustrate his aesthetic philosophy and promote creative talent. A living space that displays his longstanding bond with Milan dates back to 1957. When the designer first moved to the city to purse his dream, founding his namesake company to enter the story of Italian fashion.

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