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Giorgio Armani's sparkly S/S16 show

Giorgio Armani's sparkly S/S16 show

Giorgio Armani brought all the glitz and glamour you'd expect from the famed fashion house to Milan Fashion Week earlier today (28Sep15).

Models sparkled in numerous designs; from black dresses adorned with beads to red shimmering tops complete with added shiny black tassels.

Red and black were the order of the day, with the show starting with a more subdued red and pink palette before amping up the glamour with black looks.

One strapless black floor-length dress stunned thanks to its red under layer which peaked out from the bottom. It was also covered in dainty crystal detail, showing that an opulent Spring/Summer 16 is on the cards.

As well as bold evening looks, Armani also tackled chic daywear. Adding a masculine touch with tailored pieces, the look was softened thanks to the soft pink colours.

Before Armnai took to the runway, Vivetta showed off its latest offerings. The quirky show fused together pretty feminine cuts with more eccentric designs, like a dress which featured a black skirt and white top with the two straps morphing into swan heads that curled around the model's chest.

Oversized cat eye glasses added a vintage feel to the show, as did full skirts in colours like baby blue and violet.

Bows were added to numerous garments, and the colour palette swung from pretty pastels to vibrant greens and reds.

Arthur Arbesser's show also brought the fun back to fashion with its use of a giant cat sculpture in the middle of the catwalk, taking inspiration from artist Balthus for the collection.

Models rocked a variety of stripes and block patterns as well as floaty summer dresses adorned with floral print. The flower material also made its way on to skirts, shorts, bra tops, jackets and trousers.

White socks were worn with every outfit, paired with both heeled shoes and flat sneakers adding a preppy vibe.

Milan Fashion Week wraps later today (28Sept15) with Alberto Zambelli, Fatima Val and In Assegnazione, and the action will then move to Paris.

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