Luxury Codes: New Armani Privé Couture Collection
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On June 2, the Parisian Petit Palais hosted the fashion show Armani Privé Autumn-Winter 2019/2020. The leitmotif of the collection called the Armani Code was the "folk" style of the late eighties and early nineties of the last century. Her decoration was velvet details, flowing iridescent materials, delicate mesh, feathers, crystals and skillful hand embroidery. The new couture collection can be divided into two color blocks: spectacular black images opened and closed the show, and among them dominated the dresses in soft pastel shades.

Armani Privé Couture Fall-Winter 2019/2020

In both parts of the collection were presented structured jackets with original designs, trouser suits with a hint of pajama style, pants with a veiled mesh and tiered skirts made of tulle. The first hint of folk notes was a small pea pattern, which covered the skirts of tulle and mesh, as well as pants made of silk. At this, Giorgio Armani did not stop: in some images he transformed the print into huge graphic snow-white and black discs, adorning the hem of skirts and fitted jackets.

Armani Privé Couture Fall-Winter 2019/2020

Armani Privé Couture Fall-Winter 2019/2020

Images made up of velvet jackets and maxi skirts made of tulle in small peas, evoked memories of peasant chic. The designer presented all sorts of color solutions – from a pastel jade-green multi-tiered dress, covered with matte tulle, to an airy black bustier dress, sparkling with constellations of crystals and pearls.

Armani Privé Couture Fall-Winter 2019/2020

Armani Privé Couture Fall-Winter 2019/2020

Armani Privé Couture Fall-Winter 2019/2020

Silk loose pants and stoles of marabou feathers in shades of sherbet immersed in the atmosphere of Old Hollywood, which the famous guests in the front-row definitely liked. The collections featured dresses with deep V-necklines, studded with numerous crystals, and strict trouser suits, dressed on a naked body and combined with crystal scarves tucked into a belt. The show ended with a display of multi-tiered luxurious dresses made of netting and tulle, which once again demonstrated that Giorgio Armani is an unsurpassed maestro of evening wear.

Armani Privé Couture Fall-Winter 2019/2020

Armani Privé Couture Fall-Winter 2019/2020

Armani Privé Couture Fall-Winter 2019/2020

The entire Armani Privé Couture Fall-Winter 2019/2020 collection can be viewed here.

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