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Androgynous, Ethnicities and Stars

Fashion | April 4, 2019 |

Androgynous, Ethnicities and StarsImage courtesy of ARMANI/SILOS

Androgynous, Ethnicities and Stars
Permanent collection
ARMANI/SILOS

The collection permanently on display showcases a selection of over forty years’ worth of unique Giorgio Armani fashion creations grouped around three recurring themes, central to the designer’s work and that continue to shape his collections: Androgynous, Ethnicities and Stars.

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Androgynous, Ethnicities and StarsImage courtesy of ARMANI/SILOS

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As simple, pure and clean-cut as possible: this is what fashion means to Giorgio Armani. In his thorough exploration of the jacket, which is a must-have everyday item, Armani reinterprets the original concepts of androgyny, yet stays true to a style that conveys understated, discreet femininity and elegance. Renowned for his neutral colours and his reinterpretations of traditional male fabrics, Armani loves to blend rigorous male tailoring and soft female dressmaking, elements that give life to a wardrobe designed with an unprecedented fluidity. Over the years, Giorgio Armani’s suit has evolved but it has essentially remained true to the original.

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Androgynous, Ethnicities and StarsImage courtesy of ARMANI/SILOS

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The strong influence of non-western cultures can be seen in Giorgio Armani’s creations, for which he uses elements inspired by far away ethnicities and interprets them with his signature style. Africa, China, Japan. Persia, Arabia. Syria and Polynesia are some of the places that have inspired the designer. There is a strong bond between Giorgio Armani and cinema. Male and female celebrities alike have decided to wear his clothes, both on screen and on the red carpet, and over time have become friends.

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Androgynous, Ethnicities and StarsImage courtesy of ARMANI/SILOS

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