February 25, 2013

Chic Looks And Avant-Garde Silhouettes In The Emporio Armani Fall/Winter 2013 Show

Featuring an extremely chic allure, the Emporio Armani Fall/Winter 2013 show’s proposals for the upcoming cold season, feature both signature outfits, that the brand’s admirers will surely have in their closets as soon as the collection hits the stores, as well as a series of surprising looks, which will make the fans love the label even more.

The menswear-inspired tailored outfits were as usual present within the collection, translated this time around into slouchy trouser versions, paired with tailored blazers and tops with asymmetric hemlines or bicolour cardigans boasting a colour blocking effect. Precious fabrics, such as fur, velvet or mohair, made their way onto coats, capes or blazers and, respectively, sweaters and dresses, the rich and heavy texture contrasting with the gracefulness of the silk outfits worn underneath.

A series of fuzzy coats had their waistlines accentuated via a set of wide belts, illustrating the designer’s passion for Japanese culture, a fact visible as well in the case of the final looks of the show – a series of avant-garde velvet silhouettes with complex origami pleats and exaggerated proportions, reminiscent of Rei Kawakubo’s designs for Comme des Garçons.


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