Fashion is that one expression that is present in the lives of all. Each person has a different sense of fashion, one that suits him or her, not only in terms of actual fit, size, color, pattern but also in terms of whether it captures and reflects that person’s own unique style and personality.
Italian fashion designer Giorgio Armani has brought fashionistas to the 1980s with his fall Emporio Armani line pointing to the era’s vibrant colors in his latest designs a Milan Fashion Week. The veteran designer, affectionally known as “King Giorgio” in his native Italy, displayed plenty of hot pink and purple designs, high-waisted trousers, and chunky jewelry in the autumn/winter 2021-2022 collection named “In the mood for pop”.
Giorgio Armani VS Emporio Armani
The difference between Giorgio Armani and Emporio Armani is that while the former is the name of the founder of this fashion label, the latter is a clothing line that comes under the label.
In a video shown at the virtual Milan Fashion Week on the last day, models wore wide-leg trousers with suspenders, velvet jumpsuits and round-shouldered jackets and coats, some with boule buttons, others with glossy designs.
Models strutted down the catwalk to the sound of club music, against the backdrop of the brand’s name lit up in colorful neon signs. Black outfits had flashes of hot pink and purple appearing on jumpers, jackets, trousers, gloves, and necklaces. The 86-year-old put prints and embroidery on black dresses. While black evening gowns came in velvet or shimmered with sequins.
For men, there were loose trouser suits in black and grey chunky knits and comfortable casual wear.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, Milan Fashion Week is a virtual event this season with designers posting videos of their presentations on a digital platform rather than hosting the normal catwalk shows.