Armani Prive: Corporate Glam
Can elegance beat its gentle power through shiny metallic fabric the coming fall season? Oh, yes, definitely! Giorgio is doing magic – he mixes that what two decades ago was cool and funky but flushed down the toilet in 90s. He brings it back and no one does better. Working women, remember those days? Now, go ahead change into the elegant works of Armani Prive collection, and this time the trend is eternal.
Elegant and easy wear is Giorgio Armani’s unforgettable signature. During the Paris Fashion Week his show opened with a concise essay on what he has always been known for: elegant and easy pantsuits.
It was so 80s, not exactly the instructed tailoring with which he first captured the loyalty of business ladies. It was tuned into more feminine yet more sophisticated look making a woman living in 2008-2009 a strong independent coquette.
Giorgio’s gorgeous trumpet-sleeved jackets with a great new cut of ankle-grazing, high-waist pleated trousers are so much ‘gentleman lady’.
Giorgio’s suits turned into contrasting pieces of powder-pink tops and menswear fabric bottoms and vice versa, he neatly consigned the dour look of corporate uniform to the past.
For full-on event dressing, he has countless solutions in beading and chiffon. Best is the simplest: a strapless column, half black, half white, and tied with a velvet bow under the bust. The minimalist old school glamour, says Sarah Mower.
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