Printemps – été 2019 | ITSLIQUID

Printemps – été 2019

Fashion | December 28, 2018 |

Giorgio Armani PrivèImage courtesy of Giorgio Armani Privè

Printemps – été 2019
Haute couture show 

Giorgio Armani Privè

Giorgio Armani has taken the Art Deco aesthetic and declared it in a collection with a lacquered effect and sophisticated pieces in patent leather, shrouded in a timeless perfection of craftsmanship. Silk dresses, bodices and petite jackets with defined shoulders are enhanced by sumptuous embroidery delineating three-dimensional geometric shapes.

Giorgio Armani PrivèImage courtesy of Giorgio Armani Privè

Delicate strands of crystals enchant with their skillful play on light, revealing rich details also on the inside of garments and covering hats and headpieces, as if they were jewels. The perfectly-drawn silhouette possesses a sense of lightness suggested by the movement of infinite, fine fringing and slightly flared pants.

Giorgio Armani PrivèImage courtesy of Giorgio Armani Privè

Uncover the riveting behind the scenes: an exclusive glimpse of the extraordinary and luxuriously tailored creations of the Privé Atelier.

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