Emporio Armani Spring-Summer 2025 - Milan Fashion Week Men’s

Emporio Armani Spring/Summer 2025 – Milan Fashion Week Men’s

Emporio Armani's Spring/Summer 2025 collection celebrates freedom and nature with languid tailoring, earthy hues, and loose layering. Standout pieces include supersized blazers and leather shorts.
June 17, 2024
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Emporio Armani‘s Spring/Summer 2025 collection is a celebration of freedom and reconnection with nature. Giorgio Armani takes his signature tailoring out of the realm of formality and into the wild, with models galloping down the runway like untamed ponies. The collection features languid blazers, shirt jackets, and breezy blousons in tropical wool-silk blends, destined for the office but taking a detour to wide open horizons.

Tissue-thin suede and gauzy linens make for fine double-breasted suits and casual safari styles, perfect for an introspective journey in the countryside. The color palette of sandy and tawny hues evokes a sense of grounding in the natural world. Armani mostly dispenses with shirts this season, instead suspending sunglasses on straps that bang against the models’ toned chests.

One of the collection’s standout pieces is the supersized double-breasted jacket, transformed into an outerwear piece with a back vent and plenty of swagger. The styling is loose and layered, though occasionally marred by gimmicky pants that narrow at the ankle with zippers, snaps or elastic.

The show’s finale features a surprise cameo from Mr. Armani himself, flanked by his longtime collaborators Leo Dell’Orco and Silvana Armani. Couples stroll the runway, the men wearing burnished leather shorts and harnesses, toting baskets of lavender – a symbol of the collection’s intention to celebrate the balm to the soul that freedom in nature provides. As Armani gears up to celebrate his 90th birthday and 50th year in business, this collection serves as a joyful ode to the power of escaping into the wild.

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