Giorgio Armani has his own customs in Paris. He showcases his Haute Couture at the Palais de Tokyo, a collection that is opened with a range of small pea jackets and shorts in patterned fabrics with a quilted effect. These are then followed by short jackets with three-quarter length sleeves and crape woolen trousers, which demonstrate a simplicity and grand elegance. Giorgio Armani emphasizes red and black for the evening, with ruffled bustier tulle dresses with red and violet black polka dots along with small accentuated red chenille motifs, or ruffled tulle dresses. He innovates through vinyl tape embroideries, and attracts attention through boleros with feathers crafted into origami motifs. And at Armani, the bride is in red and dressed in a little crinoline jacket with an organdie fringe and a crape silk bustier dress. It’s all about black and red playing contrasts and matches for this new beautiful haute couture story.