Giorgio Armani Spring/Summer 2010 Campaign | Ollie Edwards by Josh Olins

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Published January 20, 2010

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Updated October 21, 2017

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Representing a mature demographic, Ollie Edwards replaces Sean O’Pry as the face of Giorgio Armani for the spring/summer 2010 campaign season. Photographed by Josh Olins, when not focused on eyewear, this season appears to be all about the dignified profile.

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