Emporio Armani Menswear Spring/Summer 2016 – Fusion Collection.
Four days of menswear previews for next spring and summer began Saturday with Emporio Armani, Dolce&Gabbana, Jil Sander, Versace,Philipp Plein.and Marni. Marni is showing menswear on the runway for the first time.
Armani talked of a *Fusion* – a buzzword in the globalisation of Fashion . When trying to cater to such a broad range of shoppers, all living in different climates with different heritages, collections can start to feel like a clash of opposing ideas and directions, packaged up together for the sake of a fashion show. Fusion can be tricky. But Armani put his signatures first, and that’s why this worked. The collection was light and layered, featuring classic Armani shapes in neutral tones. The looks were loose with textured and sometimes crinkled fabric, easy to imagine zipping along urban streets. There was a focus on pants, with roomy pleated trousers that seemed to drape the leg. More athletic knit trousers were cinched at the ankle. Whether the look was formal or casual ultimately was defined by the jacket, ranging from double-breasted to more Asian-inspired looks with pagoda shoulders. And there were wonderful papery anoraks for that unexpected shower. As was the clean, considered minimalism that we’ve come to expect.
Though it was menswear, Armani sent a dozen women’s looks down the runway, displaying the adaptability of men’s tailoring for women. A series of men’s cut shirts over baggy trousers would have suited her well.One of the womenswear looks that featured in the collection could almost have been an ode to the pop-friendly school girl style of some young Japanese women thanks to those tailored shorts, crossed braces and flats.
Here are some awesome Runway *Looks* i choosed, hope you’ll like it too…