Emporio Armani
By Natalie Shukur

SOFT SUITED Milan: Emporio Armani Resort featured soft tailoring, shiny satin and controlled volume by way of puffed pocket details and elasticized hems that hinted …

Jun 04, 2013
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SOFT SUITED
Milan:
 Emporio Armani Resort featured soft tailoring, shiny satin and controlled volume by way of puffed pocket details and elasticized hems that hinted towards an 80s / Japanese aesthetic. A cool color palette of icy blues and steel grays enhanced the refined, androgynous tone, while a few flirty minidresses balanced the masculine with the feminine. — Natalie Shukur 

Silhouette: Tailored  / Tomboy

Color: Black / Navy / White / Cornflower blue / Ice blue / Gray: From concrete to slate to charcoal / Apricot

Key Items: Cropped jackets / Shorts / Double & single-breasted suits / Tunics / Relaxed tapered pants / Structured silk minidresses / Button-front shirts

Materials: Wool / Jersey / Silk / Satin / Lace / Leather / Linen

Print + Pattern: Stripes / Digital checks / Geometric prints

Details + Trim: Elasticized waists, hems & collars / Fluted hems / Puffed fabric / Patch pockets / Pleats / Collarless jackets

Accessories + Footwear: Top handle bags / Clutches / Brogues / Sandals: Heels & flats /  Suede pointy flat pumps / Wide-waist belts / Resin bangles & brooches

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