For Michele Brogioni—who first stepped foot in a professional kitchen at the age of 12—becoming a chef was never a question. “I grew up in a family deeply connected to food,” he says. “My father was a chef and my mother had a great love for cooking.” The culinarian’s career took off when he was tapped to serve as the chef de cuisine to Italy’s Form...

Giorgio Armani thinks the pandemic has changed how he “communicates fashion”. The 86-year-old fashion designer recently returned for his first fashion show since the pandemic and has realised the lockdown has taught him how to display his shows in different formats. He told Vogue: “I am not sure if this is the future of fashion, what I know is that...

Opening on Saturday in East Hampton, New York is the Giorgio Armani pop-up shop, adorned with a jungle theme as the boutique presents the brand's famed La Prima collection. The collection is comprised of handbags inspired by the original model designed by Giorgio Armani in the 1990s, emphasizing the brand's quintessential style through artisanal, I...

Milan mayor thanks Armani for helping Coronavirus-hit city. Giorgio Armani, the legendary Italian fashion designer, has moved the location of his next show from Paris to Milan to help the local economy recover from the covid-19 crisis, reports news agency ANSA. Milan mayor Giuseppe Sala expressed his gratitude to Armani who has already played a maj...

I am writing this open letter to WWD, and in particular to Miles Socha and his collaborators Samantha Conti, Alessandra Turra and Luisa Zargani, in relation to the excellent piece “Will Flood of Collections Yield to Slower Fashion?” published yesterday, April 2nd. Congratulations: The reflection on how absurd the current state of things is, with th...

“Could you imagine American Gigolo without the Armani costumes? What would the devil wear if it were not Prada? How could you listen to your fave old school Hip Hop without having Moschino and Gucci name-checked in the lyrics?!” Moschino creative director Jeremy Scott is talking about what Italian fashion has brought to the world, and one thing is...

Twenty years ago, Giorgio Armani launched his interior design collection, Armani/Casa, bringing his sleek, opulent Italian design beyond closets and into the living rooms of homes around the world. Ten years after that, he opened an Armani hotel in Dubai, followed by Milan shortly after. Now, the 85-year-old designer is moving into luxury condomini...

After cancelling his Milan Fashion Week show due to coronavirus, and seeing Northern Italy be plagued by the health crisis, fashion designer Giorgio Armani has donated 1.25 million euros to help combat coronavirus with money going toward Italian hospitals and other institutions working to fight the health crisis. The Luigi Sacco hospital, San Raffa...

Milan’s world-renowned Armani Group, leading creators of luxury fashion items, has decided to gift the entire takings from the next three matches of its A|X basketball team to Italy’s Civil Defence. In a brief statement, the Group said: “Following the serious damage several Italian cities and regions have suffered from the bad weather in recent day...

In an era in which celebrities, influencers and the hottest young designers seem to dominate the attention of the fashion world, Giorgio Armani stands apart. While his name has become synonymous with exquisite design over the past four decades, his path to the pinnacle of the industry started from the very bottom of the mountain, a refreshing diffe...