Friday, June 5, 2015

High Fashion in Milan

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I was recently at Armani/ Silos in Milan, a brand new Museum to celebrate 40 years of Re Giorgio creations.

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What a great surprise to see a magnificent renovation and a fantastic installation: the building was born in 1950 to stock grains and it is approximately 50.000 square feet on 4 levels.

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On the main floor “Stars” presents images of famous actors wearing Armani…who does not remember Richard Gere in American Gigolo ?

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The 600 creations, plus accessories, from 1980 to today are not chronologically displayed but grouped by themes:

Stars, Daywear, Light, Black, Chromatism and so on.

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The most beautiful red silk panels in the “Red” room.

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The walls changed in every room, here are a background of greige (Armani signature color I should say) silk.

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The lighting system created a perfect atmosphere for every single display.

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Does it matter to know if this dress was created in 1980, 1990 or yesterday?

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The accessories floor seen from above.

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Giorgio Armani, a genius of style and elegance, timeless use of colors and shapes, thin line between male and female fashion, and always seductive.

Photography by Albarosa Simonetti

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2 comments:

Karena Albert said...

Ahhh, Armani! What a stunning, a most fabulous display of this great designers life works! Art, truly works of art!

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London Serviced Apartments Lady said...

Great picks, this looks like it was such an interesting exhibition! Those gowns, oh my...

 
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