Giorgio Armani gave a french title "La Femme Bleue" to his show that was inspired by desert nomads. It was clear that those sand sweepers have a special preference for the marine color, as they wore the shade from top (head wrap turbans) to toe (ankle-net flats). In between, we got Armani classics such as loose hipped trousers, A line skirts over sheer leggings, flared cropped jackets and curvy full length satin gowns. Although all was in deep blue, depth was created in liquidy and textured surfaces including sheer overlays, and his 10,000 watt sparkling blue crystal crusted evening jackets and red carpet gowns.
Wallpaper's suggestion for driving with the top down once the nomads have hit pavement: The tightly knotted navy turbans firmly affized to the head with a wrapped neck clamp.