Giorgio Armani, for the Sullen 1930s Tomboy in You

Yes, Milan Fashion Week is still happening. Can you believe it? So much fashion. Yesterday, Armani presented the fall/winter 2013 collection, which, according to Vogue, was inspired by la garçonne, "that independent female archetype of the thirties whose sense of liberation was reflected in her borrowed-from-the-boys wardrobe." What does this mean? Well, unlike most of the other shows we've seen this season, there were pants. Soft, slouchy trousers, fluid and loose; cozy velvet pants, urging you to ditch your skinny jeans. There were still dresses, of course — some gorgeous options for evening, with dramatic plunging necklines — but the palette was limited to gray, violet, black and white. If you love bright, bold colors and energetic patterns, Armani is not for you.

Giorgio Armani, for the Sullen 1930s Tomboy in You

Giorgio Armani, for the Sullen 1930s Tomboy in You

Giorgio Armani, for the Sullen 1930s Tomboy in You

Giorgio Armani, for the Sullen 1930s Tomboy in You

Giorgio Armani, for the Sullen 1930s Tomboy in You

Giorgio Armani, for the Sullen 1930s Tomboy in You

Giorgio Armani, for the Sullen 1930s Tomboy in You

Giorgio Armani, for the Sullen 1930s Tomboy in You

Giorgio Armani, for the Sullen 1930s Tomboy in You

Giorgio Armani, for the Sullen 1930s Tomboy in You

Giorgio Armani, for the Sullen 1930s Tomboy in You

Giorgio Armani, for the Sullen 1930s Tomboy in You

Giorgio Armani, for the Sullen 1930s Tomboy in You

Giorgio Armani, for the Sullen 1930s Tomboy in You

Giorgio Armani, for the Sullen 1930s Tomboy in You

Giorgio Armani, for the Sullen 1930s Tomboy in You

Giorgio Armani, for the Sullen 1930s Tomboy in You

Giorgio Armani, for the Sullen 1930s Tomboy in You

Giorgio Armani, for the Sullen 1930s Tomboy in You

Giorgio Armani, for the Sullen 1930s Tomboy in You

Giorgio Armani, for the Sullen 1930s Tomboy in You

Giorgio Armani, for the Sullen 1930s Tomboy in You

Giorgio Armani, for the Sullen 1930s Tomboy in You

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