No one does portside like Armani – day-to-night, double-purpose dressing for your trip on board, and off.
How they wore it:
In almost-matching pairs, the boys opened the show in a dressing gown style of relaxed trench coats, giving way to loosely tailored jackets in muted colours. A lone model, in plaid blazer, long hair and Lennon-like specs cut a bohemian figure, while a succession of jackets and cardigans with nothing underneath, loose trousers and shirts sans-collars were paired with open-toe sandals, rounding off an easy-going collection.
Typically bold prints such as geometrics, fat-stripes, plaids, polkadots and ginghams were neatly balanced with block colours of crisp white, asphalt grey and blue – keeping with a slightly bohemian, yet formal feel.
Last season, the designer showcased outerwear for wintery days updated with Armani-style luxe. See it below: