The king of Milan, as the Milanese use to call Giorgio Armani, has decided to show his latest collection on national television on saturday the 26th of September 2020. A choice that aims at a sort of democratization of the whole industry of fashion, as he has recently stated on the pages of the Corriere della Sera, the most popular newspaper in Italy.
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Giorgio Armani has been designated as Ambassador of Responsible Tourism by the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO). The international organization has recognized the Italian fashion maestro as "a global reference for his timeless designs and creativity as well as for his profound commitment to social responsibility and respect for the environment."
Four weeks in February and September of back to back fashion shows and events belong to the past. The fashion weeks era is over. No more journalists, bloggers, influencers and fashion enthusiasts flying from New York to London and then Milan and Paris to be in the front rows of the major fashion shows in the most iconic buildings of the four fashion capitals of the world. The post pandemic era of the fashion industry will be extremely different and change has already begun.
Giorgio Armani has made a decision to help his country amid the coronavirus outbreak. All of his factories are about to be turned into scrubs manufacturing facilities. This decision follows the huge donation of money to some of the Italian hospitals coping with this critical situation.
The Armani museum is a must see for those who come to the city of Milan and one of the best museums in Milan. It was inaugurated in 2015 with a big party that saw the participation of international movie stars like Glenn Close and Sophia Loren to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Giorgio Armani’s company. The Armani museum is actually named the Armani/Silos : “I decided to call it Silos because this building used to store food, which is, of course, essential for life. For me, just as much as food, clothes are also a part of life.” Giorgio Armani…
Who are the richest fashion designers on planet earth? The fashion industry is for sure one of the more attractive sector when it comes to investments. It generates an annual turnover of nearly 90 billion euros only in Italy with more than 465.000 people employed by the hundreds of companies of this industry. But who are the ones who benefit the most of the fashion industry? Here below a list of the 3 richest fashion designers in the world. Giorgio Armani: His empire, which includes several brands from Emporio Armani to Armani Privè and Armani Jeans, has made King…