What really amazes everyone in Giorgio Armani collections is the suits. He is a real master of creating fabulous and individual pantsuits that are not only masculine, yet versatile and comfortable. The women's pre-Fall comes with mannish, clear and bold lines that made almost every look minimalistic and rigorous, while the prints made it a bit softer. I personally love that special preppy loose-fit touch that is seen through architectural silhouettes. The masculine appeal is softened with colors and special details. Speaking of color palette, then it's tranquil, consisting of pale blue, black pale white and dark purple. Giorgio Armani reworked some of his well-known micro-graphic patterns, combining them with his architectural proportions. The garments are laconic, while there are seen eye-catching "unnecessary" details, like the wrap, statement belts, cuts, etc.
The robe-like coat in black color is belted at the waist. The model wears this outerwear with creatively printed slim trousers.
Here we see a mannish pantsuit with a stand-up collar. The pants are shortened, revealing the printed socks worn with glossy black lace-up brogues.
Here we see an evening appropriate cocktail look. As I see, it consists of a black sleeveless top with a kind of pale blue detailing at the fronts side. The top is worn with a silken sky blue skirt and printed tights.
The mannish pale blue suit jacket is worn with pencil shortened white trousers, pointed toe booties and stylish clutch.
That's an attention grabbing cocktail dress in pale blue color that has a scuba touch. I love the zip closure that grabs your attention at once. It looks like a dress with a vest, but it comes in one piece. How about wearing this spacious brown leather handbag?
The relaxed, wrap pale white tailored coat with a belt closure at the waist looks timelessly chic. I love this miniature pouch bag.
Here we see a wrap crewneck fur cover-up styled with a dark purple relaxed trousers.
The wrap turquoise, relaxed blazer is worn with a light grey slim pants done with a faux-wrap drape. The bottom makes an impression of an overskirt.