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Milan Fashion Week, Spring 2008: Giorgio Armani


Sensual, cool tailoring is the Armani way, and for Spring Giorgio delivered just that - with a bit of harlequin romance. With a mellow palette consisting of greys, beiges, and black along with navy and green, the languid summers of southern Italy were the designer's inspiration this season.

For day, there's loose draping, sheer fabrics and asymmetrical cuts, with sporty touches like tank tops and nautical stripes. But it doesn't stop there. Beading and prints are mixed to create interesting textures and unique wide belts serve as a buffers breaking up the contrasting ideas. The questionable items were cropped trousers with ties on the sides as well as a genie-esque jumpsuit. I actually quite like the former, thinking they are super laid back luxe. Evening, always a strong suit of Armani, wasn't show stopping, but lovely beaded gowns of dark and light were bellissima.


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