Giorgio Armani’s Spring/Summer 2022 Collection Is The Comeback We Needed

At Milan Fashion Week, elaborate tulle gowns and chunky accessories were the stars of the show.

In a comeback collection at Milan Fashion Week, Giorgio Armani is celebrating happiness.

The historic Via Borgonuovo 21 theatre saw a series of cozy womenswear intimates as Armani’s spring/summer 2022 collection after 20 years, a feat of color and dynamics resulting in a harmonious, freeing collection.

It is clear from the garments that Giorgio Armani understands the zeitgeistā€”the Italian label presented look after look of stylized brilliance, mixing American influences with colors, fabrics and prints reminiscent of a nomadic journey, a travel surpassing borders and boundaries. A clean eclecticism in a palette of light, refreshing hues gives a sense of happiness to the clothes, an inner intimacy reminding one of what brings us together, not what sets us apart.

As is classic to the label, exceptional tailoring and elevated elegance were core to the collection. Pinks and blues against warm-toned shades of gray made for gowns, cropped tops and trousers that are at once contemporary and feminine, a clean silhouette that settles comfortably in the complexity of modern womenswear.

Knotted scarves, crocheted caps and flat shoes accessorized the looks, ranging from full-bodied skirts to simple A-line jackets. Movement is as essential to the collection as color and fabric; everything is light and airy, buoyant and luminous, a series of layers coming together to create something beautiful.

Standout looks in the collection include a shimmery silver, fringed waistcoat and tulle tiered skirt, at once ethereal and essential to the moment; a strapless, rich pink gown layered with gray tulle, creating a real-life princess effect; and simple, billowing baby blue pants with a cropped bralette top, accessorized perfectly with a knit cap and dangly jewelry.

With spring/summer 2022, there is no question about it: Giorgio Armani is making clothes for the moment, and the moment is in need of Armani.

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