Just In: Giorgio Armani Will Stage First Resort Show in Tokyo

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Giorgio Armani Fall/Winter ’19 show at Milan Fashion Week | Gorunway.com

Another luxury label has revealed where their next Resort show will be taking place…

Earlier this week, Gucci announced that they will be staying local for their Cruise ’20 show. Then, Alberta Ferretti revealed that they’re headed to Monaco for their big Resort 2020 reveal, coinciding with Monte-Carlo Fashion Week.

Now, Giorgio Armani is the latest brand to unveil details on their upcoming Resort show in May.

The brand will stage the designer’s first runway show for a pre-collection on May 24 in Tokyo. Whilst no further details have been revealed as to the exact location, we know that the show is to coincide with the reopening of the brand’s flagship store in Tokyo’s Ginza shopping district.

This isn’t the first time the eponymous label has hosted a runway show in Japan’s capital. In 2007, Armani took the fash pack to Tokyo as part of his One Night Only series of events. Last year, the designer was scheduled to head to Asia for the series, however, it was postponed for logistic reasons.

So, if you’re headed to Tokyo this May, make sure to get your cameras ready. They’ll be plenty of swoon-worthy creations on the runway.

Giorgio Armani will be showcasing their Resort collection on May 24, 2018. 

Also, find out which brand has announced plans to go plastic-free by 2025.

  • Words by Meeran Mekkaoui
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