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Giorgio Armani had the last word at Milan Fashion Week, which wrapped up six days of womenswear previews for next spring and summer on Monday, launching a book that looks back on his life.Armani's long-time friend Sofia Loren sat in the front row both for his runway show and the book presentation.GIORGIO ARMANIGiorgio Armani took a fresh direction for his next collection, designing gauzy pants that lightly reveal the body and jackets that wrap the figure.The technical organza created see-through but structured trousers, shorts and skirts for day and evening that formed the centerpiece of the collection, anchoring elegant looks with open swing jackets with liberating three-quarter sleeves and organza tops.Ribbed organza trousers were sometimes worn under skirts and dresses for a textured effect, while what appears to be a silken mini-dress is actually a jumpsuit that reveals the legs. The 33-year-old Austrian-born designer who spent seven years at Armani made his debut as creative director at the well-established label Iceberg, which is rooted in knitwear, and as well as bringing his eponymous brand to the runway for the first time.
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