After skipping one season and showing online the next, Giorgio Armani was return to Paris Haute Couture Week with a display at the Italian embassy, the Hotel de Boisgelin, built with élan and grandeur in 1732 by a senior minister of Louis XV.
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His big theme this season was iridescence, fabrics almost seemed liquid, while satins and silks were interwoven with ultra-fine metallic threads that added to their shine. “I wanted this to be a collection about rebirth, about a new sense of blossoming and freedom of spirit”, Armani told British Vogue.
Layered dresses in pastel fabrics were followed by a mauve feather jacket and evening gowns embellished with strass. And for elegant soirées his precision-tailoring boleros came in abstract florals with an Asian twist, with hints of peonies, hibiscus and magnolia.
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