• World’s Hottest Math Teacher Is Now an Armani Model

    Shot on the beaches of Sardinia, the campaign sees the 28-year-old dreamboat splish-splashin’ around while naked, and working out while half-naked. Boselli also appears in the new Moschino campaign and some VERY revealing underwear ads, and is the host of a travel series on MTV Australia called MTV Trippers — so you could say the guy’s doing pretty well for himself.

  • Armani Vows to Stop Using Fur

    Giorgio Armani will stop using fur in all his products since technological progress means there is no longer any justification for cruelty to animals, tfrhe renowned Italian fashion designer said on Tuesday. Starting with the fall-winter 2016 season, there will be no fur in any collections produced by the entire Armani Group, which includes catwalk labels Giorgio Armani and Emporio Armani, AJ Armani Jeans and homeware brand Armani Casa. Joh Vinding, chairman of the Fur Free Alliance, said the announcement by a man who has set clothing trends for decades was proof that “compassion and innovation are the future of fashion.” British designer Stella McCartney has long followed a “vegetarian” philosophy, shunning fur, leather and feathers.

  • 13 of the Most Gorgeous Gowns From the Spring-Summer Haute Couture Shows

    The Spring/Summer 2016 Haute Couture shows just wrapped in Paris, and as per usual, it was quite a season to behold. It is not uncommon for one of these exquisite custom pieces to take up to 200 hours to make and require the help of 50 “hands.” It is no wonder then these couture confections are already being called in by stylists whose clients are attending the upcoming Oscars and Grammy Awards.

  • Four Iconic Models Reunite for Armani Campaign

    The campaign for the New Normal collection by Giorgio Armani, shot by Peter Lindbergh features four iconic supermodels.

  • Cate Blanchett & Rooney Mara Continue to #Bless Red Carpets Everywhere

    With this week’s New York premiere of their forthcoming film Carol, Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara continue to bless the red carpet with some of the most fashion-forward celeb looks we’ve seen. With Blanchett’s space-print Giles gown and Mara’s ethereal Rochas dress, they were Cannes’ best-dressed duo. They worked a clever, opposites-attract look at the film’s London premiere, and they’ve pretty much proven their fashion-boss status at every turn by showing up at events in coveted couture gowns, and fresh-off-the-runway, next-season designer dresses. Click ahead to see what fashion A-game looks like. 

  • Fall’s Most Extravagant Looks Take a Trip to Morocco

    Photography by Jerome Corpuz Styling by Jaime Kay Waxman Hair by Neil Grupp Makeup by Georgi Sandev Model Sojourner Morrell at Wilhelmina Models Production by Fred Fantun  Special Thanks to the Moroccan National Tourist Office After years of minimalism, more was suddenly more when it came to the Fall collections. Brands like Marc Jacobs, Gucci, and even Céline showed romantic, lush, overwhelmingly rich clothes. There was brocade, embroidery, fur, ruffles, sequins. Long gowns, billowing pants, silk pajama suits, and full sleeves celebrated the drama of fashion, the pure joy of an aspirational runway.

  • Prada Pastries! Armani Aperitifs! Cavalli Cocktails! How One Editor Eats and Drinks Her Way Through Milan Fashion Week

    A pastry and coffee at Caffe Cova in Milan.  A fashion editor friend recently said to me, “I don’t know what I love more, food or clothes.” A few years ago, those words would have proved blasphemous in the “You can never be too thin or too rich” world of fashion.

  • Armani: “It's So Old School, It's Modern.”

    New York has Ralph Lauren, Paris has Chanel, London has Burberry. Here in Milan, the flagship show is Giorgio Armani—has always been, will always be. Armani’s such a pillar in Milanese fashion that the organizers purposefully schedule his show for the last day of fashion week, so the editors won’t leave before the small shows are over. “Finally, you’re in for a proper Milanese fashion show,” my fellow editor told me as we settled into the plush theatre-style seats.

  • Janet Jackson, Leonardo DiCaprio, Cate Blanchett & More Attend the Armani 40th Anniversary in Milan

    When you build a legacy as vast and great as Giorgio Armani, of course the world will come to your doorstep for your grand 40th anniversary fete. Long time Armani loyalist Janet Jackson, who hasn't been to a public function in over two years, attended the affair on the arm of her rarely seen husband, Wissam Al Mana. The evening consisted of the celebration of the new Armani/Silos exhibition space and a fashion show for 500 that featured pieces from the Giorgio Armani Priv? collection.

  • Giorgio Armani: ‘Gay Men Shouldn’t Dress Gay’

    Iconic Italian designer Giorgio Armani, who caters to such A-list celebrity clients as Cate Blanchett, Leonardo DiCaprio, Jessica Chastain, George Clooney, Naomi Watts, and more, recently made some remarkably questionable comments about the way gay men choose to dress themselves. Speaking to The Sunday Times Magazine (via The Independent), Armani discussed his distaste for men who “exhibit” their homosexuality sartorially (as he sees it, anyway). The weirdness only grows when you consider that Armani is a prominent member of the fashion community, which is generally considered to be super welcoming to and accepting of others, regardless of their sexual preference.

  • Break This Rule: Redheads Wearing Red

    There aren’t really a lot of fashion rules left to break. No white after labor day has been replaced by winter whites, mixing black and navy is the most sophisticated way to wear neutrals, and the sock and sandal combo—previously associated with cheesy tourists in tropical destinations—was all over the runways this season. With the recent flood of of redheaded celebrities in Hollywood, it’s time to throw another rule out the window: redheads most certainly can—and should—wear red. Actress Jessica Chastain, wore a simple, long, crimson red Giorgio Armani gown for the premiere of her new film A Most Violent Year on Sunday night in New York City.

  • A Most Violent Year’s Wardrobe Is Anything But

    The release of American Gigolo in 1980 cemented Richard Gere’s sex appeal, no doubt aided by the Giorgio Armani clothes that his character wore throughout. For A Most Violent Year, Academy Award nominee J.C. Chandor’s newest film, out on December 31st, Giorgio Armani is once again bringing his magic touch to the big screen, providing the key looks for Jessica Chastain’s character Anna. Walicka-Maimone worked with the Armani team to create a custom wardrobe for Chastain’s character, along with original pieces from their vintage archive.