Known as the Prince of minimalist glamour, Giorgio Armani chucked a career in medicine for the life of a fashion designer. Although he started his labels in the mid 70s, most consider his styling of Richard Gere in “American Gigolo” in the early 80’s as his break into mainstream fashion. Armani is now a global brand with numerous sub labels from the couture Giorgio Armani to the mass market A/X Exchange. When thinking about Armani, think Italian tailoring with a bit of classic American style.
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