The inspiration: Giorgio Armani knows that girls just want to have fun. His spring collection was light-hearted as seen in the punchy colour palette of sunset orange and carnation pink, and everything in between. Tops and jackets were styled with high slits and cut-outs that dialled up the sass.
I spy: Art deco florals on button-down shirts and skirts (looks 7 and 8) — a refreshing take on the spring trend. And, a candy-striped duster coat (look 44) that looked like it's been spun from a cotton candy machine.
Favourite accessory: The heavy-set chain link necklaces that contrasted against the kittenish outfits. If that's Armani's vision of a girl gang during spring break (he even sent models out in trios on the catwalk), it makes us nostalgic for those bygone, lawless days.
Something you might have missed: Ruched, billowy trousers held up at the knee by buckled leather straps.
Lesson learnt: Go wild, but clean up well. There's nothing a good pair of satin trousers and a longline blazer can't fix (look 5), and the first third of the collection demonstrates just that. Must-have? A pair of oversized tinted sunglasses to mask the aftermath of last night's rave.
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