Kate Moss is the testimonial of Giorgio Armani F/W campaign

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Kate Moss is the face of the Giorgio Armani campaign for fall-winter, shot by Mert Alas & Marcus Piggot.

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In the shots of the photographers, who in the past have already collaborated with Giorgio Armani, the environment is reduced to an essential space, cut by strong lights, in which the figure of Kate Moss emerges, for the first time interpreter of the Armani style.

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Kate Moss is a woman of singular beauty, chosen for her personality and energy, out of the fashions of the moment

explain from the maison.

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Together with her the models Daisuke Ueda and Thijs Stenneberg interpret the male part of the Giorgio Armani Fall/Winter 2019/20 collection, presented, for the first time together with the female collection, last February at the Armani/Silos.

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