Fabulous elegant ensembles were the focus of the new Giorgio Armani collection presented at fashion week. Check out the hottest outfits of the new line.
The Giorgio Armani fall 2013 collection was probably one
of the most comprehensive lines presented at this Milan Fashion
Week 2013 edition. Putting elegance with a modern touch in the
spotlight, the brand brought a myriad of interesting ensembles that
can easily be translated into fab looks off the runway. Though the
cuts and pieces strive towards a modern look with a few futuristic
touches even, the color palette felt quite predictable with dark
tones being dominant.
From the very first look of the Giorgio Armani fall 2013 collection it became clear that the designer is one of the biggest supporters of the abstract approach that dominated this edition of the Fashion Week in all the style capitals so far. Though geometric patterns could be spotted on several occasions, the clear preference for the geometric precision in terms of cut and texture was evident all throughout the new line. Body fitting pieces were alternated with pieces with a more relaxed fit for maximum appeal for fans of the brands for different ages.
Though the Giorgio Armani fall 2013 collection featured a
multitude of relatively conservative looks, sexy ensembles were the
ones that ultimately stole the spotlight. With strategic bold cuts,
fab sheer touches that instantly amp up the new season looks and
amazing sequins which instantly change the mood of the pieces, the
new outfits brought just the right balance between sophistication
and simplicity dazzling the audience with each new look
The outfits included in the Giorgio Armani fall 2013 collection were bold enough to shine without too many additional details. Still, the brand decided to complete the looks with some interesting accessories that ultimately heightened the appeal of the pieces. Amazing headpieces, fab earrings, classy handbags, sunglasses or bold metallic necklaces proved the perfect choices for highlighting the designer's perspective for the upcoming cold seasons.
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