The Italian designer that changed fashion history. It is the exchange between different identities and cultures that characterizes Armani's style and makes it so contemporary, as can be seen from the mannish look that influences many of his collections. But what has distinguished Armani's research and continues to differentiate it from others is the ethical standpoint from which he derives his aesthetics. From his earliest interviews he has always explained his choices in terms of concepts like dignity, rigor, freedom, and authority. A way of accentuating qualities of strength in women, just as he has emphasized a feminine sensuality and tenderness in men's clothes. The result is a vivid and exciting portrait of our social life and of the man who, thanks to his design, has been able to interpret and even anticipate it. beyond.
"Dive into the world of Armani, who changed fashion by emphasizing the essence of strength in a woman's wardrobe." -THE SOCIETY DIARIES"Since the launch of his brand in 1975, Armani has challenged and shaped fashion history, becoming Italy's most successful fashion designer and the regarded pioneer of red carpet fashion. . .Some of fashion's greatest photographers, including Steven Meisel, Mario Testino and Annie Leibovitz, have produced Armani's iconic menswear and womenswear campaigns and magazine spreads. Giorgio Armani: Radical Gender, written by Italian fashion journalist and television host Giusi Ferre, compiles the best of these images in a testament to Armani's innovative and overarching presence through the decades."-ISSUE MAGAZINE
Giusi Ferre is a fashion journalist. She writes for the Corriere della Sera women's weekly supplement Io donna. She is the host of Buccia di banana (Banana Peel), a TV fashion show now in its fourth series in Italy.