Winter is still not over and if you need to hit the malls for some more warm clothes then have a look at this fashion article as your fashion guide for this season:
The new Emporio Armani is aimed for youthful minded dressers. The metallic brushstrokes across classic fabrics and dramatic zipper placements define their audacity.
Prada’s collection focused on black mostly. Their collection was black on black and it created the perfect canvas to the designer’s examination of gender interplay in fashion. A nylon men’s jacket was with just a few sartorial sashays was transformed into pretty belted office or party dressed with the added detail of grosgrain ribbon bow accents.
The focus of Versace’s collection was on cashmere knitwear in lean, long, ribbed tops, bulky cable knit cardigans or fitted knit leggings giving it a cuddle core being unapologetically warm.
Gucci took us back to the 60s and 70s bohemian artists. It displayed flower power prints, loose shirts tied at the neck, relaxed painter coats, brown scale geometric patterns not to mention the occasional beret.
Their collection was about animal motifs. The underlying charm of the collection enchanting it. Dark shades dominated along with heavy knits at autumn and cashmere.
It has been 40 years to Giorgio Armani in the industry and the 80 year old designer has planned a gala runway show at his theatre which will coincide with the Expo’s opening. Armani will also be opening a space called Silos where he will showcase a retrospective of his 40 year old career.