Gior­gio Ar­mani Re­vives the Skirt-trouser Com­bi­na­tion

The Economic Times - - Around The World -

Mi­lan Ital­ian king of fash­ion Gior­gio Ar­mani brought back the skirt-trouser combo on Mon­day with an au­tumn-win­ter 2017 show that wound up Mi­lan fash­ion week with his trade­mark ele­gance. Black an­kle-length pleated skirts came swish­ing down the run­way, only for the mod­els to turn and re­veal that they were red trousers from be­hind. One pair even re­versed the look, putting the trousers out front and the skirt be­hind. The col­lec­tion’s colours ranged from ruby red to amethyst pur­ple and emer­ald green, though Ar­mani’s love-affair with black con­tin­ues. Skirts were full and sen­sual, nipped in at the waist and bil­low­ing out in satin, with one beau­ti­ful sil­ver one paired with a black jacket with a sil­ver dog pat­tern on it. The pooch re­turned on a black top as well as Ar­mani joined other de­sign­ers this sea­son in putting a play­ful spin on out­fits with an­i­mal prints, from bats and foxes at Gucci, to birds at Vion­net, and cats at Dolce&Gab­bana. “Get­ting dressed”, the de­signer said in the notes to the show, “be­comes a po­etic, per­sonal ges­ture”.

AFP

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