Giorgio Armani's hats stole the show as he brought Milan Fashion Week to a close on Monday (23.09.13) with his Spring/Summer 2014 collection.
Giorgio Armani's hats stole the show as he brought Milan Fashion Week to a close.
The iconic Italian designer's models donned oversized square hats in striking shades of pink, blue and a stylish black as he debuted his highly anticipated Spring/Summer 2014 collection on Monday (23.09.13).
In a chic take on the modern working woman, the collection featured fluid drapery in the form of chiffon robes, paired with structured powerful pencil skirts.
A pastel colour palette dominated the collection, which Armani explained was inspired by lightness and shadows, while the simplicity in design made for classic and timeless garments.
Donatella Versace and Miuccia Prada were just some of the veteran Italian taste-makers to feature over the past week, while up-and-coming womenswear designer Fausto Puglisi debuted a new collection from his epomonyous label.
The relatively new catwalk designer turned heads with his sexy and edgy brand featuring studded biker jackets and tropical prints layered with bondage inspired leather bras.
Puglisi's Spring/Summer 2014 debut comes after he spent time Stateside working for designer Patti Wilson to create stage costumes for celebrities such as Madonna, M.I.A, and Nicki Minaj.
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