EXCLUSIVE 💙 GIORGIO ARMANI FW 2019-20
Veteran designer Giorgio Armani dedicated his main winter line to the colour blue at Milan Fashion Week on Saturday, presenting his usual sleek, elegant and tailored looks in mainly darker tones, mixed only with black.
The 84-year-old designer, affectionately called "King Giorgio" in his native Italy, gave his audience a taste of what to expect ahead of the presentation of more than 100 womens' and menswear looks, with a blue-light setting at his Armani/Silos museum venue, the first time he hosted a runway show there.
For the "Rhapsody in Blue" Autumn/Winter 2019 collection, women wore short jackets that had round collars, were lined with different shades of blue and worn over T-shirts or silky shirts.
•There were also pencil coats and shiny blousons. Prints appeared on suits, sometimes almost dye-like, abstract or with knots.
Black trousers were slim or voluminous on the side - almost jodhpur-like - with buttons, and usually came above the ankle. Other trousers were ribbed and knotted at the waist or smooth satin-like.
There were strapless tops, worn with trousers and a large fabric belt. Feminine florals adorned one-shouldered tops, while all black frilly shirts came out of low V-neck jackets.
"Deep and vibrant, the Armani shade par excellence pervades everything, defining a timeless, velvety elegance that is perfectly balanced," show notes read. •
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