The fourth day of Milan Fashion Week saw Giorgio Armani as the only designer on the calendar. Armani presented his spring-summer 2022 men’s collection at his headquarters in Via Borgonuovo in Milan.
Being finally displayed live, the show was held with only 80 guests, responding to the designer’s desire to present the collection not through a sterile screen. According to Armani fashion must stick to realness, and it is therefore necessary to experience it live.
The choice of the place is not at all random. Indeed, in the collection is implicit the intent of a return to the origins, style, colors and silhouettes that have defined the man Armani over the years.
The collection is divided into a series of summer garments. Light fabrics are accompanied by a varied color palette, ranging from midnight blue to lighter and warmer shades, such as red, green, beige and white.
The silhouettes are free of complicated structures, the body has freedom of movement. From suits in linen jackets and trousers, to light sweaters with delicate textures, you get to the bermuda shorts. These, multicolored or minimal, are accompanied by shirts with a Korean cut or shirts with abstract prints. Very interesting vests and kimonos in total white, which manifest a return to minimalism 90s.
“The overall attitude is very light, because I think we have all learned to be informal and more relaxed in the way we dress” Armani explained.
The functional cut, with clear references to the realm of sportswear, give the entire collection a relaxed attitude, symbol of a positive mindset towards what will come.