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Showing posts with label Giorgio Armani. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Giorgio Armani. Show all posts

Saturday, September 20, 2014

MILAN F/W: Giorgio Armani Spring 2015

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Giorgio Armani Spring 2015 Ready-to-Wear Collection

Giorgio Armani was born in the northern Italian town of Piacenza, where he was raised with older brother Sergio and younger sister Rosanna by his mother Maria Raimondi and father Ugo Armani. Armani aspired to a career in medicine after reading A. J. Cronin's The Citadel, and enrolled in the Department of Medicine at the University of Milan. In 1953, after three years he broke off his studies, and joined the army, because of his medical studies, he was promoted and transferred to an infirmary in Verona. After experiencing hospital life and occasional evenings at the Arena in Verona, he decided to find a different career. - - continue READ on Wikipedia

Saturday, September 22, 2012

Milan Fashion Week: day 2

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The first Milan Fashion Week show of Day 2 was Max Mara. The main inspiration of the collection was Africa and safari style, filtered through the iconic style of the maison. The main items were safari jackets, trenches, jumpsuits and tuxedos. The colors passed from the warm shades like tan, beige, camel to more cold shades and deepest black. I really liked the mix of floral colors and military prints and the oversized tortoise sunglasses.

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Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Giorgio Armani turns to costuming

Thandie Newton [that Bond Girl] as Paulina Photo: Alastair Muir The thought-provoking Ariel Dorfman play Death And The Maidenis a masterful exploration of moral ambiguity, sexual politics and the personal consequences of totalitarianism. Not only that but all the clothes in the production that stars Thandie Newton and which opens tonight at London’s Comedy Theatre will look absolutely magnificent – thanks to Giorgio Armani. Thandie Newton: She Wears It Well. The Italian fashion emperor has temporarily turned theatrical costume designer to ensure that whatever the critics say about Newton’s West End debut, they absolutely won’t be able to knock her frock. – - Story BY Luke Leitch | more