Giorgio Armani Makes a Case for Relaxed Spring Tailoring

Model Zandre du Plessis wears a double-breasted blazer for Giorgio Armani’s spring-summer 2016 men’s campaign.

Giorgio Armani reunites with fashion photographer Sølve Sundsbø and stylist Beat Bolliger for its spring-summer 2016 men’s campaign. The Italian fashion house taps fresh face Zandre du Plessis to front its latest advertisements. Posing against a pleasant spring set outdoors, Zandre is quite the inspiring vision. The South African model wears Giorgio Armani’s hero pieces for the season, which range from cropped trousers to lightweight graphic sweaters.

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Giorgio Armani Spring/Summer 2016 Men’s Campaign

Photographed for Giorgio Armani’s spring-summer 2016 campaign, Zandre du Plessis relaxes in a pair of cropped pinstripe trousers with a bar striped long-sleeve top.
Zandre du Plessis is a vision in blue as he embraces relaxed tailoring as part of Giorgio Armani’s spring-summer 2016 men’s campaign.
Zandre du Plessis is quite the spring vision, wearing a summer-weight scarf from Giorgio Armani’s current collection.
Zandre du Plessis stars in Giorgio Armani's spring-summer 2016 campaign.
Zandre du Plessis stars in Giorgio Armani’s spring-summer 2016 campaign.

Giorgio Armani Spring/Summer 2016 Menswear

Giorgio Armani embraces relaxed cropped trousers for spring.

Calming shades of grey and blue come together for Giorgio Armani’s spring-summer 2016 men’s collection. Relaxed silhouettes are front and center for the sophisticated man of leisure. From suiting separates and geometric patterned sweaters to modern rifts on the waistcoat, Giorgio Armani serves up quite the collection.

Soft tailoring and blue suiting is front and center for Giorgio Armani’s spring-summer 2016 collection.
Monochromatic hues play nicely with Giorgio Armani’s philosophy of separates dressing for spring.
Subtle patterns offer a sophisticated twist on relaxed men’s basics.

Giorgio Armani Spring/Summer 2016 Key Looks

Model Simon van Meervenne models spring tailoring from Giorgio Armani.

Giorgio Armani’s tailored classics are in the forefront as the brand’s latest men’s arrivals are featured in a new lookbook. Cardigan sweaters, slim-cut twill pants, v-necks, double-breasted jackets, striped tees and more contribute to a smart spring offering.

Wouter Peelen is a chic vision in green, wearing fashions from Giorgio Armani.

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