Giorgio Armani unveiled his so-Armani womenswear collection with digital runway show shot on a set dominated by a light projection of the GA logo and by Uri, a bright green gorilla statue originally given years ago to Armani by his sister.
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With his women’s Fall/Winter 2021 shows, the designer suggested what his own are: reassuring with fashion and telegraphing a message of respect for Mother Nature and its creatures.
In his tribute to nature, Armani was inspired by the elements for the prints while embroideries of flowers and leaves enriched his women’s designs, which felt more feminine and romantic than usual. 3D flowers were found on feminine blouses and slinky gowns, sometimes spontaneously forming a flower arrangement at the shoulder while ocean blue hues and organic prints brought to mind the natural world outdoors, for which we have developed a collective desire to return to.
The lineup was certainly reassuring, offering a compilation of Armani’s signatures: the brand’s iconic lightweight jackets, the pants echoing sarong styles, the suits with elongated blazers and fluid pants, as well as the rigorous coats with military touches, were all there, rendered in materials ranging from shiny silk to plush velvet and in a watery color palette of blues and greens, combined with black and gray.
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