Armani incorporates buffoonery patterns into evening gowns

Italian designer Giorgio Armani presented his collection as part of the Haute Couture shows in Paris, which included evening wear inspired by the traditional design of clown costumes, as he used the diamond lozenge pattern on fabrics in soft, soft colors.

Yesterday, the models walked steadily on a shiny catwalk, wearing clothes that mimicked the colors and shapes of the catwalk, which were colored in pink, green, and pale purple.

The show kicked off with elegant black satin pants, paired with pink and emerald cropped jackets.

This group was followed by tight dresses embroidered with shiny beads, highlighted by diamond patterns, to appear as if they were sparkling with the movement of fashion models, who often wore shoes and held small handbags that matched the dresses.

At the end of the show, the 88-year-old Italian designer bowed to the audience in a dark velor suit and tie and waved to them before leaving the catwalk with one of the models.

Paris Haute Couture Week continues until Thursday and includes shows for some of the most famous fashion houses, including Christian Dior, Chanel, Fendi and Jean Paul Gaultier.

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