Clad in Giorgio Armani Prive, an attention-loving fashionista can go from the office straight to the red carpet in an instant.
Clad in Giorgio Armani Prive, an attention-loving fashionista can go from the office straight to the red carpet in an instant. By work-appropriate attire, I mean an office that demands high-fashion, high-drama and glamour to the max (think The Devil Wears Prada). That's exactly what Armani delivered this time.
Suits with tulip skirts and low necklines oozed sexy sophistication that only a confident woman can pull off. And to break up the all-black look, Armani infused a pop of color - fuchsia, bright blue, purple - to each suit.
Colorful feathers and flowers served as voluminous shawls, while tilted hats with glitter screamed "Isabella Blow!" Interesting necklines prevailed, including lower-than-low sweethearts. Some red-carpet-worthy gowns were fitted, while most were overly poofy. And of course, bouts of fuchsia and hot pink popped up on the runway in the forms of clutches, jackets and frocks.
It wouldn't be Armani if a couple menswear-inspired pieces didn't shine through. Skinny ties and black fitted suits looked like they were taken directly from David Bowie's closet.
I have to say I'm impressed that Armani pumped up the volume, the drama and the sex appeal. I guess his fans have a siren side, too!
To see the rest of the Giorgio Armani Prive collection, go here.