Emporio Armani Fall 2014

As WWD said, Girogio Armani’s Emporio Armani collection reminds us where, “menswear and feminine elements come together.” Neutral hues, such as black, white, and grey remain key throughout the collection. While a baggy black shirt, trousers, and a ladylike hat & pair of gloves. A knit sweater, black striped blazer, and velvet trousers. And a ruffled trench gets paired with masculine separates. To perfectly show where our favorite masculine and feminine staples meet, the sensual Emporio Armani way.

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Inspired by Martial Arts, Cedric Charlier designs a Beautiful, Simple, and feminine and elegant collection. “A reflection of protection,” is how Charlier described the collection to WWD, backstage, post-show. “I wanted to get into the idea of martial seduction.”

So Charlier did, with silhouettes were very simple, and Drapy, describing a Martial Arts uniform very well. With the looks very Minimalistic, throughout the whole entire collection.

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Towards the end of the collection, Charlier incorporated in very big and bold stripes. Really giving the collection a Fun feel, compared to the Navy and Neutral hued ensembles before. Then came an array of silk and sequined ensembles, each still in a very simple silohouette. The last look, worn by Sasha Luss, gave a Chic, bold contrast with an Aqua top, paired with a tangerine skirt. Bringing a very vibrant feel to the collection. A definate successful kickoff to Paris Fashion Week.

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Pictured: Janice Alida, Juliana Schurig, Daiane Conterato, Ikeliene Stange, Juliana Schurig, Sasha Luss, and Cedric Charlier