Emporio Armani Fall/Winter 2024 celebrated nature at its very best 

Emporio Armani Fall/Winter 2024 celebrated nature at its very best 

by Ollie Cox
2 min

For Fall/Winter 2024, Emporio Armani channelled nature at its most elegant as it looked to the luminous night sky. 

Red was applied across muted garments, including fur coats, grey wool suiting, and leather blouson-style jackets, reflective of a hazy sunset, with further rouge-tinged notes seen in leather bags and shoes. Greys and blacks collided across double-breasted tailoring, high-necked long-sleeve tops and trousers, reflecting the beautiful imperfection of a night sky imbued with a sense of optimism and escapism. 

Inspired by a chromatic sensation, faded black fur jackets were tinged with sporadic hits of blue, reflective of the swirling seduction of the Northern Lights, where red moves into blue in a hypnotic display. 

As was to be expected, Emporio Armani’s leather goods offering was strong, the result of the brand’s dedication to Italian craftsmanship. Rounded handbags were clutched by models’ sides, leather shoulder bags clung to the wearer’s body, and roomy leather totes featured patterned leather, arriving in a muted black to centre the more colourful pieces. 

A deep blue panelled top was paired with a floor-length tulle skirt. The look was accessorised with a round moon-like bag, bringing a daring yet delicate eveningwear elegance into the collection. 

As the spectacle came to a close, the heavens opened. Models took their final walk armed with umbrellas as show lights pierced through the falling water in an on-theme appreciation of nature’s beauty and its impact on how we dress. 

Emporio Armani’s Fall//Winter 2024 collection was an opulent depiction of nighttime elegance, where colours collide and dress code codes change. Across its elevated ready-to-wear offering, we saw the brand’s detail-driven Italian heritage play out on the runway. 

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