Emporio Armani brings travel-inspired looks to Milan Fashion Week show


MILAN (Reuters) – Emporio Armani wanted to bring a touch of “freedom and openness” to women’s wardrobes this spring, with the Italian designer brand showcasing a lightweight travel-inspired collection at its latest runway show at Milan Fashion Week.

Veteran designer Giorgio Armani opened the presentation for his second label with light-colored looks consisting of flowing jackets and loose trousers with black berets and bags.

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Models wore long shirts over pants, sarong-style skirts and loose tops — all with flats — during the show, which was held Thursday afternoon.

“This collection expresses an idea of ​​freedom and openness,” Armani said in a statement, adding that he wanted to give everyday wear the lightness of holiday looks.

Designs came in shades of blue, green, turquoise and mauve. For the evening there were beaded tops, glittering and embroidered sheer dresses in pastel shades.

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Armani presents the latest collection for its mainline, Giorgio Armani, on Sunday, the penultimate day of Milan Fashion Week.

(Reporting by Claudia Cristoferi and Marie-Louise Gumuchian. Editing by Jane Merriman)


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