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Giorgio Armani showed his velvet touch Monday as he brought down the curtain on a Milan fashion week heralded as marking a revival of the suit-based womenswear he pioneered in the '80s.Velvet has always been one of the Milanese maestro's favorite materials and it is ubiquitous in his autumn-winter collection: black as the darkest night and, as he put it in his collection notes, dense, tactile and mysterious.Having treated his fans to an unusually extravagant range of colors in his spring and summer collections six months ago, this marked a return to business as usual for Armani.The first two models to emerge from backstage set the tone: the first in a tightly tailored three-quarter-length black velvet coat over predominately pink slacks, the second in a cropped, pink suit jacket worn atop black velvet trousers.
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