Emporio Armani Spring/Summer 2013
This season, the Emporio branch of the Armani family decided to embrace basic colors and silhouettes, and transform them into something extraordinary. From the simple sheath dress, to a high wasted skirt and blouse, the looks were for the most part simplistically beautiful.
The show overall showed a color progression from muted obscured tones, earthy browns to mystical blues and purples. This helped the eye focus and fully understand the looks as a whole and follow along with the story of the show. Not only did this help emphasize the fashion, it showed a fully thought out concept, which is the mark of a established fashion house.
The looks had great movement, and yet also a structure and presence to them. This was aided by the choice of footwear. From a simple flat to a dramatic heel, each look had a complimentary show paired with it that made the garments look their best on the models.
The small details is what brought this whole collection. From a 50’s inspired collar, or a shell detail peeking out of a skirt, or the simple lined rouching on a blouse, each look had personality and individual style. Emporio Armani put forth a line that was both beautiful and extremely wearable.
Written by Luke Hartman Photos by Style.com