MILAN (Reuters) – Giorgio Armani is taking fashionistas again to the Eighties for his fall Emporio Armani line, nodding to the period’s vivid colors in his newest creations at Milan Vogue Week.
The veteran designer, affectionately known as “King Giorgio” in his native Italy, introduced loads of scorching pink and purple creations, high-waisted trousers and chunky jewelry within the autumn/winter 2021-2022 assortment known as “Within the temper for pop”.
In a video introduced on the digital Milan Vogue Week on Thursday, fashions wore wide-leg trousers with suspenders, velvet jumpsuits and round-shouldered jackets and coats, some with boule buttons, others with shiny patterns.
Towards a backdrop of the model’s title lit up in vibrant neon indicators, fashions strutted down the catwalk to the sound of membership music.
Black outfits had flashes of scorching pink and purple showing on jumpers, jackets, trousers, gloves and necklaces.
The 86-year-old put prints and embroidery on black clothes. Black night robes got here in velvet or shimmered with sequins.
For males, there have been unfastened trouser fits in black and gray, chunky knits and relaxed informal put on.
Trousers have been turned up on the backside and blazers got here with out collars. For the night, Armani introduced black velvet fits.
Milan Vogue Week is a digital occasion this season with designers sharing movies of their displays on a digital platform as an alternative of internet hosting the standard buzzing catwalk reveals as a consequence of COVID-19 restrictions.
Armani will current his most important Giorgio Armani line on Saturday.
(Reporting by Marie-Louise Gumuchian; Modifying by Giles Elgood)