Have you ever heard about Giorgio Armani’s new hobby – diving? It seems that his Giorgio Armani Ready-To-Wear Spring/Summer 2012 collection was snooped from the submarine’s viewport. However Giorgio Armani managed to see beautiful mermaid Coco Rocha through the seaweeds, who became his muse for the whole Giorgio Armani Ready-To-Wear Spring/Summer 2012 collection and even opened the Milan fashion week 2012 show.

According to Giorgio Armanш R-T-W Spring/Summer 2012 collection flair the designer favored Sea of Japan for his diving trip. This could be read in the textile palette: intriguing indigo, dazzling silver, royal cerulean, sea blue and green and of course in navy striped vest pattern. Also the marine theme was recognized in the shell silhouette on strapless gowns, which flutter at the hip, creating conch curves. And sleek silk skirts and trousers with a slit-front and bifurcated pant legs, kimono-inspired bias cut jackets with pagoda shaped shoulders reflected the Far Eastern mood.

All at once, the Giorgio Armani Ready-To-Wear Spring/Summer 2012 collection textiles were chosen to emphasize glistening water, cascading over the models’ body. But the gypsy-inspired tops were to my mind the only disharmonizing element.

In other words it was quit an office wear collection thus wearing Giorgio Armani Ready-To-Wear Spring/Summer 2012 collection clerks would fill themselves at the work place like a duck to water.

 


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