Latest Shows from Giorgio Armani
Nobody cuts a jacket and trousers like Giorgio Armani. He exploded onto the scene when Richard Gere wore his suits in 1980’s American Gigolo, and today he’s Italy’s most successful fashion designer. Impeccable tailoring renders his men’s and women’s suits among the most sought-after sartorial objects in the world. Muted colors, luxurious fabrics, and ethnically diverse runway models round out the label's look. Armani excels at glamorous power-dressing that’s more stunning than staid. His red-carpet creations are luxe and opulent, while retaining the sober understatement that helped build his name. In short, a balancing act of luxury and restraint that still makes his high-powered clientele go gaga.
- Designed By
- Giorgio Armani, 1975 - Present
- Sibling Labels
- Emporio Armani Armani Prive
- Owned By
- Giorgio Armani
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