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The 35 Best Modest Looks from Milan Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2022

The 35 Best Modest Looks from Milan Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2022

Milan Fashion Week came back strong after two years in the deep due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Making bold choices, participating designers played with the fall and winter season colors of black, brown, white, beige, blue, and silver/grey, creating an almost dark/light academia aesthetic. Standing out were Roberto Cavalli’s striking leopard patterns with draping suit jackets and majestic cape dresses, while Dolce & Gabbana made statements with headscarves paired with demure silhouettes in monochrome palettes. Versace embraced a similar mood, but with form-fitting shapes, and Jil Sander took on a more formal approach and offered a modest suit in yellow and a grey dress paired with white leather gloves.
Below, check out the 35 best modest looks spotted on the runways of Milan Fashion Week.
Dolce & Gabbana. Photo: Courtesy of Fillippo Fior
Gucci. Photo: Courtesy of GoRunway
Roberto Cavalli. Photo: Courtesy of GoRunway
Versace. Photo: Courtesy of GoRunway
Max Mara. Photo: Courtesy of Alessandro Lucioni
Roberto Cavalli. Photo: Courtesy of GoRunway
Alberta Ferretti. Photo: Courtesy of GoRunway
Versace. Photo: Courtesy of GoRunway
Max Mara. Photo: Courtesy of Alessandro Lucioni
Roberto Cavalli. Photo: Courtesy of GoRunway
Prada. Photo: Courtesy of Alessandro Lucioni
Alberta Ferretti. Photo: Courtesy of GoRunway
Loro Piana. Photo: Courtesy of Loro Piana
Versace. Photo: Courtesy of GoRunway
Dolce & Gabbana. Photo: Courtesy of Fillipo Fior
Moschino. Photo: Courtesy of Alessandro Lucioni
Emporio Armani. Photo: Courtesy of Alessandro Lucioni
Max Mara. Photo: Courtesy of Alessandro Lucioni
Dolce & Gabbana. Photo: Courtesy of Fillippo Fior
Fendi. Photo: Courtesy of GoRunway
Giorgio Armani. Photo: Courtesy of Fillippo Fior
Bottega Veneta. Photo: Courtesy of Alessandro Lucioni
Versace. Photo: Courtesy of GoRunway
Fendi. Photo: Courtesy of GoRunway
Etro. Photo: Courtesy of GoRunway
Versace. Photo: Courtesy of GoRunway
Jil Sander. Photo: Courtesy of Alessandro Lucioni
Gucci. Photo: Courtesy of GoRunway
Prada. Photo: Courtesy of Alessandro Lucioni
Jil Sander. Photo: Courtesy of Alessandro Lucioni
Versace. Photo: Courtesy of GoRunway
Gucci. Photo: Courtesy of GoRunway
Bottega. Photo: Courtesy of Alessandro Lucioni
Emporio Armani. Photo: Courtesy of Alessandro Lucioni
Giorgio Armani. Photo: Courtesy of Fillippo Fior
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“We Should Dress Up More”: Giorgio Armani’s Message at Emporio Armani’s Milan Fashion Week Show

“We Should Dress Up More”: Giorgio Armani’s Message at Emporio Armani’s Milan Fashion Week Show

After cancelling his men’s and couture shows in January due to COVID restrictions, Giorgio Armani returned to his in-house Teatro runway in Milan this week with a co-ed Emporio Armani staging devoted to glamour. His monochromatic men’s offering and colorful, geo-patterned women’s proposal united in a take on everyday occasion dressing that made for some particularly bold propositions in the world of Armani. Fashion critic Anders Christian Madsen spoke to the designer.
What has been the most memorable event in your life since your last show?
The most memorable event in my life since my last show is that I’ve been working like I’ve always done, keeping up with my inspirations and trying to reflect on how the world is changing, thinking of what I can do with my work to follow these changes.
What is the message behind the Emporio Armani collections?
The message behind the collections is one of strictness and movement, rhythm and color. It’s all about how the colors and the monochromy of grey can play with the patterns of the clothing. The guiding principles of my work have never changed, but everything is always evolving. These collections express the sharp and tense elements that characterize the Emporio Armani line.
Did the decision to merge your Emporio Armani women’s and men’s shows impact the collections?
There’s always been a connection between the men’s and women’s collection in Emporio, as well as in my other lines. So, the decision to show them together did not really influence the styling, but there is a dialogue between the two where the grey monochromatism of menswear is enhanced by the colorful geometries of womenswear.
Would you ever do a truly genderless Emporio Armani collection?
Never say never! After all, men and women can share their wardrobe, and have always done that. So why not? Although I think that genderless sometimes is just a trick for the catwalk, a way to create a bit of a sensation. Personally, I would say that more than genderless, what I’m interested in is androgyny, which is an idea that I’ve always explored with my work.
Currently, “occasion wear” is something of a buzzword. Do you think we should dress up more in our everyday lives?
I definitely think we should dress up more in our daily lives. Laziness is not something I’m interested in. And we can always dress up a little bit more with that kind of effortlessness that I’ve always liked. It’s not merely about being put together in the best way, but also about taking care of what you wear.
Speaking of dressing up, now that fashion week is back, so are the street style scenes that unfold outside the shows. What is your view of street style culture and its impact on fashion?
I’m always interested in what happens in the streets. My work is fed by what I see around me in the world. What we see outside of fashion shows though is a completely different thing. That cannot be considered the true street style but rather something that’s being made up in order to be photographed. So, I look at it with a smile and a pinch of salt.
Originally published in Vogue.co.uk

Meghan Markle’s Armani Dress from the Oprah Interview Will Be Displayed at This Fashion Museum

Meghan Markle’s Armani Dress from the Oprah Interview Will Be Displayed at This Fashion Museum

Photo: Courtesy of Oprah with Meghan and Harry
Meghan Markle’s Giorgio Armani dress, worn in the infamous Oprah Winfrey interview of 2021, will be going on display at the Fashion Museum, Bath. The piece has also been named the 2021 Dress of the Year.
Every year, the museum invites prominent names in the fashion industry to submit a Dress of the Year that “encapsulates the prevailing mood of fashion, represents the past year, and captures the imagination.” Given the buzz that was generated by Markle’s tell-all interview, it is no surprise that the dress had been chosen to be exhibited at the museum’s “A History of Fashion in 100 Objects” exhibit.

We’re excited to announce that a #GiorgioArmani dress as worn by Meghan, Duchess of Sussex has been chosen by @Dazed magazine’s Ibrahim Kamara and Gareth Wrighton as #DressOfTheYear 2021! ✨ Read the full press release on our website https://t.co/maWhnSHohI pic.twitter.com/OZizJuNrq8
— Fashion Museum Bath (@Fashion_Museum) February 22, 2022

The long black V-neck dress featured lotus flower prints blooming from the shoulder down to the chest, with a wide buckle belt cinching the piece in at the waist. Its breezy and comfortable fabric also made it an apt choice for Markle’s pregnancy at the time of the interview. The elegant number wasn’t just a memorable pick because it featured in an important conversation that brought several of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s shocking experiences with the royal family to the surface, but also because it marked a time of new beginnings with regards to motherhood for the Duchess.
“It’s well known that members of the Royal family often use outfits to send a message through their choice of style, color, or motif,” stated representatives of the museum. “It was reported that the Duchess chose a dress with a lotus flower design because of the flower’s symbolic association with rebirth, self-regeneration, and spiritual enlightenment, and its ability to flourish despite seemingly challenging conditions.”
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Adele Brings Hollywood Glamour to the Brit Awards in a Custom Black Armani Gown

Adele Brings Hollywood Glamour to the Brit Awards in a Custom Black Armani Gown

Photo: Getty
Queen of va, va voom dressing Adele was the jewel in the crown at this year’s Brit Awards. Dressed in a custom Armani Privé gown in keeping with the Old Hollywood glamazon aesthetic she and her stylist Jamie Mizrahi have been honing, the powerhouse singer looked every inch the global superstar coming back to celebrate how far she has come on home turf.
It’s been six years since Adele walked the Brits red carpet in a star-speckled sequined Valentino dress. Much has been made of her LA lifestyle, evident in her glowing skin and toned physique, but her glossy caramel blow-dry, immaculate eyeliner and infectious smile, remains the same. Armani, a brand synonymous with classic evening wear and the enduring romance of TinselTown, was the perfect choice for her homecoming.
The Armani sketch that started the whole story.
As Armani poster girl Julia Roberts once said of the red carpet original, “I am always very comfortable in Armani and that translates into confidence and ease.” Adele’s Brits red carpet moment spelled out effortless seductiveness on a night that was about the national treasure stealing our hearts all over again. True glamour of course comes from within – but her megawatt diamond jewelry (that rock!) certainly helped command the spotlight.
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Originally published on Vogue.co.uk

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