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Topic - Giorgio Armani
Forget glamour girls Jessica Chastain versus Jennifer Lawrence. By the end of a long Oscars telecast, the only person who could have stolen the fashion conversation was first lady Michelle Obama _ and she did.
Milan designers have proposed assertive and even aggressive looks for next year, as if to fill a power vacuum felt keenly in Italy in the face of political uncertainty and a resigning pope.
Giorgio Armani could claim some big wins at the Oscars on Sunday night: The designer dressed Jessica Chastain and Quvenzhane Wallis.
Forget Jessica Chastain vs. Jennifer Lawrence. The most heated contest on the Oscars red carpet could be the one between Giorgio Armani and Dior Haute Couture.
Vogue's fashion-loving fans will soon have a chance to drink in the magazine's aura at a new cafe in Dubai.
At least the fashion world can agree on one antidote to the financial crisis: Color.
On day two of Paris's frantic three days of haute couture collections, Chanel took the fashion crowd to the skies and highlights included super-sexy, celebrity-filled Armani Prive.
It's all about the jet-setter life on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, Calif, so it's no surprise that the Italian fashion dynasty, the Missonis, as well as Somali-born model Iman are landing there this weekend to christen their new homes. Or, more accurately, their new homages.
A day after the civil wedding that transformed one-time Olympic swimmer Charlene Wittstock into the Princess of Monaco, she and Prince Albert II exchanged vows in a star-studded religious ceremony Saturday.
A day after the civil wedding that transformed one-time Olympic swimmer Charlene Wittstock into the Princess of Monaco, the South African and Prince Albert II prepared to say their vows in a star-studded religious ceremony Saturday.
France's richest man, an African prince and a James Bond actor are among the glitterati converging on Monaco this week for the much-anticipated nuptials between Prince Albert II and former South African Olympic swimmer Charlene Wittstock.
Giorgio Armani. Chanel. Hermes. Dior. Gucci. Prada. Cartier.
A gift guide for that special woman including the ANSR: Beam, Armani's Crema Nera Obsidian Mineral High Recovery Elixir and Lush's Satsumo Santa Bomb.
Italian designers seemed to have taken time out this season from their trademark black sexy look: Loose and light styles in bright color promised a carefree, casual summer _ a break from the current economic gloom.
Giorgio Armani, looking tanned and healthy after a recent bout with hepatitis, took a runway bow at the end of his second line Emporio show, aimed at the younger set.
"One thing is to put on a play, the other is to create fashion," Armani said.
"It's not about models wearing gold crowns, `' Armani said, taking a jab at Sunday's Dolce&Gabbana show with its Byzantine princess motif."