The Giorgio Armani Spring/Summer 2014 campaign has deliberately blurred images of model Karlina Caune. Photographers Mert Atlas and Marcus Piggott intentionally smudged the outlines of Caune and the current collection that she showcases in the production.
Albeit the fuzzy imagery, there is no mistaking the visionary elements at play in this Girogio Armani line. This was made apparent via futuristic silver skirts, shimmering patterned tops and speckled two piece suits, each item featuring an unusual element that speaks to the brand's trailblazing approach to fashion.
Accessories also abound this Spring/Summer 2014 set. Aside from the apparel, the line is replete with excessively chunky jewelry and unusually shaped bags. Whether shoppers opt for thin envelope-like purses or oblong shapes, they will be pleased with the high level of quality.
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