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If there was one show that succinctly encapsulated the aesthetic to come off the Milanese menswear runways (and hence tip off what's to come for womenswear come September), Giorgio Armani was it. The mood was relaxed, the silhouette slack and the palette alternating between tones muted and...

Giorgio Armani Men's Collection Fall/Winter 2011-2012 Giorgio Armani Men's Collection Fall/Winter 2011-2012 To mix and remix: this key approach that defines so much of contemporary culture is at the heart of this collection. It's an eclectic process that draws on and reinterprets the classic...

A Relaxed Fit–Italian fashion designer Giorgio Armani releases the first two images of the spring/summer 2013 advertising campaign of his menswear collection, shot once more by photographers Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott, with styling by George Cortina. Opting for a clean and simple bright...

Go on the runway and get the first look at the summer 2012 Men's Collection from Giorgio Armani. Geometric motifs, dynamic, in micro and macro scales: this is the theme that defines the new Giorgio Armani collection for men. "the use of print on both shirts and trousers creates an...

The coats are still the strongest garment in the house of Armani, we saw them in Emporio's show and agan in Giorgio Armani's show. Some of the jackets were too soft, as soft as a cardigan, other velvet garments were between the tuxedo and the casual clothing. The Armani Jacket got a bit...

It was a relief to see that Giorgio Armani ‘s show only had 68 looks, as it is usually a marathon 80-something, which can be quite boring. It's not that his clothes are boring, but they are very commercial, and his shows can get a bit repetitive. Armani is known for cutting a great suit, which...

Giorgio Armani's Spring 2013 modern collection focused on black, turquoise, and grey. Beautifully tailored jackets fit like a glove paired with loose-fitted trousers. The tailoring wasn't always razor sharp, on occasion it was soft. We saw trousers, shorts, tunics, coats, dresses and gowns...

the giorgio armani collection stayed in line with their usual direction, providing handsome looks for men for the FW11 show season in milan. a dark palette of grey, blue & black were combined with a few drops of orange, pink & purple for contrast. though the collection is cohesive, some of the...

At the conclusion of his menswear show in Milan on Tuesday, Giorgio Armani told the Italian press that other top fashion houses, including Prada and Dolce & Gabbana, had produced ridiculous-looking collections that no man would ever wear. He blamed the press for withholding criticism,...

Case in point: Giorgio Armani. First he bitch-slapped Prada's and Dolce & Gabbana's men's shows, calling them ridiculousand blaming the press for not blowing up their spots for being clownish clothes that no man would wear (I totes would). Then he kicked Miuccia Prada in the ladyparts by...