Photoshoot: Emporio Armani

Emporio Armani’s autumn-winter Urban Tech collection gave the affects of just that in an array of male and female oriented pieces whose allure and aesthetic screamed urban militarism with a cutting edge style and colour palette.

With a highly contemporary allure while still classically Emporio Armani, the innovative silhouettes and materials convey a sense of energy and impression, privilege and wealth; staples of the Armani name.

Clearly using a combination and seamless juxtaposition of boxed and slender silhouettes, Armani’s array of male and female coats, shirts, jumpers and tailoring gave way to a new silhouette. Slim-cut trousers, in wool-jersey or neoprene, accentuate the ample volumes of the outerwear and oversized knitwear in thick yarn.

In an array of on trend colours such as eternal cobalt blue, ashpalt grey and khakis with pops of sandier and brighter options, Armani’s autumn-winter collection circled heavily around the urban edge, with an appeal to a within-reason creative dresser.

An overall gorgeous collection, THE F was fortunate enough to play with some key pieces from the AW offering.

See more at armani.com.

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Models: Tom Davidson and Lucy Topham (Chadwick Model Management)

Photographer: Marc Buckner 

Stylist: Tamy Vo for THE F

Hair and make-up: Karen Biccheierai at Unsigned Management

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