List of products by brand Giorgio Armani®

Master at work.

Giorgio Armani is the main line born in 1975 of the famous fashion designer Gorgio Armani, famous for his "destructured" jackets, where new perspectives are applied to traditional garments. It offers Haute Couture evening dresses for men and women suitable for important occasions. Protected towards innovation research Armani decodes traditional forms, presenting lines that enhance the three-dimensional silhouettes. Clean lines, modern geometries, defined essential shapes, inspired by the Bauhaus art, in a right balance between the strength of the cuts, the sumptuousness of the broderie and the fullness of the fabrics, traced by sophisticated and neutral patterns and colors, such as gray, blue, iris , orange, red, green and purple. Sleeping suits similar to wallet dresses, light evening dresses worn with flat shoes, linear jackets with stitched edges, used-effect leather jackets, bomber-style shirts, two-tone men's lace-ups with rope inserts, gathered shorts that look like skirts, single-shoulder three-piece shirts layers with checkered patterns, and a wide assortment of mini-skirts. Macromotives, micro-prints and bright colors, meet classic and sporty fabrics, light and structured, such as satin, taffeta and silk with double chiffon covered slats and even treated denim, linen and processed leathers. In 1982 the success of Giorgio Armani was definitively consecrated, winning the coveted cover of Time magazine, the second fashion designer who until then had had this privilege, in addition to the famous designer Cristian Dior, forty years before. The following year the "Council of Fashion Designers of America" ​​appoints Armani "designer of the year" and the Italian Republic awards him from 1985 to 1987, the honors of Commendatore, Grand'off officer and Cavaliere. Became an icon of elegance "tout court", in 1991 the "Royal College of Art" in London gave him an honorary degree. Many celebrities and personalities choose Giorgio Armani's clothes, whose unmistakable refined style is immortalized in the film "American Gigolo", dressing the actor Richard Gere. The Italian designer lover of the arts has also created different costumes for theater and opera.

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