Armani turned to sheer, black, mesh bush vests sprinkled with diamanté; then he closed with sparkly, swingy dresses in hot fuchsia and red.
Armani may be the younger, second line in the universe of Giorgio Armani,
but that doesn’t mean its presentation gets short shrift from the designer.
He shepherds his audience to his monumental, gray Tadao Ando–designed
auditorium, closes the vast iron doors behind them, and lifts the curtain
on a lavish theatrical production that springs from his fantasy.
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