a patriotic armani celebrates italy’s olympic and paralympic heroes
The Emporio Armani spring/summer 20 show was closed by 20 Olympians and nine Paralympians, each sporting their new EA7 Emporio Armani uniforms for Tokyo 2020.
seven things you might have missed at couture
From Celine Dion to Clickbait Couture.
the emporio armani show took place inside an airport hangar
For spring/summer 19, Giorgio brought a 2300-strong crowd to a hangar inside Milan Linate Airport.
revisit i-D’s i-Conic mental health book safe and sound this mental health awareness week
As part of Mental Health Awareness Week, we revisit i-D’s "Safe and Sound," a book that told the stories of many who’ve come through tough times as inspiration for us all, from Nick Knight to Raf Simons, Giorgio Armani to Ryan McGinley.
watch martin scorsese's little-known armani documentary from 1990
Ahead of the Italian designer’s fall/winter 17 show today, watch Marty’s short film ‘Made in Milan’.
summertime and the living is easy at giorgio armani spring/summer 17
Mosaic prints, relaxed tailoring, and muted colors are the order of the day as Armani keeps things easy and breezy.
giorgio armani announces that armani will be fur-free from now on
This commitment from the iconic Italian designer follows news from PETA that 86% of London Fashion Week designers did not use any fur on their fall/winter 16 catwalks.
giorgio armani's black velvet fall/winter 16
Mr Armani Milan's show was a quiet reflection on fashion excess, defined by classic beauty, rich fabrics and timeless style.
couples, cashmere and center parts rule giorgio armani fall/winter 16
As Milan came to a close, the legendary Italian designer presented a collection that subtly reinvented the codes that have defined his career.
will stefano pilati take the armani helm when giorgio retires?
The fashion rumor mill is in full force as Pilati leaves Agnona.
giorgio armani autumn/winter 15
Head backstage with us at Giorgio Armani's Milan show.
was that milan fashion week coming back with a vengeance?
It’s been the hard-knock life for Milan Fashion Week in recent seasons. It got kicked a lot. But something happened at the men’s shows this January. Something promising.
Anders Christian Madsen