Armani/Casa and Rubelli
The excellence and uniqueness of Italian creativity and international style are the identifying features shared by Giorgio Armani and Rubelli who today celebrate the 10th anniversary of their working together. Every year since 2009, when the partnership agreement was signed by the two companies, new Armani/Casa Exclusive Textiles by Rubelli collections have been brought out to narrate with the customary style, yet always with different looks, the deep bond between fashion and furniture.
Giorgio Armani’s distinct hallmark is a regular feature of the collection in the form of elegant Art Deco references and his beloved Japanese figurative art, as well as in the animal print patterns and the timeless chequer pattern.
Also distinctive are the soft and shaded palettes and the use of “non-colour colours” which have always been a characteristic of the Armani aesthetic. Typically Armani are the forays into strong colours which contrast with the more neutral dove grey, sand, ivory, beige and greige. Ruby red, jade green, Arctic blue, coral orange and luxe metallic shades make up a sophisticated colour scheme which in places covers the same palette we see on the runway at shows. Taking their rightful place alongside designs and fabrics with decorative patterns are special textures, micro patterns, pleated fabrics and embroidery and the requisite canneté.
Through its age-old know-how and complex and sophisticated manufacturing and design techniques developed in its atelier and workshops, Rubelli translates the creative genius of Giorgio Armani into haute couture furniture collections.
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