Giorgio Armani Privé Couture Spring/Summer 2014 Collection
It looks like Giorgio Armani has gone to something more than what’s called extreme lengths, introducing a collection that can’t be defined by just chic and elegant. Hardly can we find any piece here that doesn’t have the sophisticated combination of techniques and fabrics, putting that with shapes, colors, and design patterns. As the designer described the Giorgio Armani Privé Couture spring/summer 2014 collection, “This is a woman who moves around the world and picks ideas from the beautiful things she sees, what moves her emotionally: the color of a skirt, jewelry that can be ethnic or not. Mélange of things ‚Äö√Ñ√∂‚àö√ë‚àö√Ü not typically Indian or African or European. She moves with an Armani spirit in her head.”
So yes, the models acting as the role models of the woman Armani imagined when creating these garments, do express all the facets of the uber-chic that they are meant to create. From striking pants and top pairs to sumptuous skirt and top combinations, the Giorgio Armani Privé Couture spring/summer 2014 collection has all that you need for any occasion, starting from a private party, to red carpet events. The beginning images feature some nice color plays of blue and grey, created not only with the garments, but with the accessories, too, particularly well-demonstrated with headwear options. The manly inspiration can be seen, too, which is quite significant particularly with the pants.
The next hit of the looks we see here is the luxurious fabrics used, being super sophisticated and equally chic. The garments have that high-class looks, and the breathtaking glow due to the high-quality materials they are made of. Finally, it’s the nice array of floor length dresses that especially amazes us, created with a huge diversity of options, featuring plunge V-necks, interesting drapings, stretch looks, and so on.
The delicate stripes of grey and white also noticeable among the looks can’t be left out of our scrutiny either. The luxurious transparency plays created with chiffon, or just stripy patterns and the super scrupulous lace patterns put all over a dumbfounding blue strapless dress, make us ahh and ohh from the first sight. Glitter achieved with beads and sequins is also here concluding the Giorgio Armani Privé Couture spring/summer 2014 collection powerfully.
Giorgio Armani doesn’t disappoint his loyal fans once more, presenting an even more developed and better worked out collection, which has all the options that any star would wish to have for the most important ceremonies. So why don’t you want to be one them?
Photos courtesy of WWD