In celebration of his 40th anniversary, Giorgio Armani opens Silos Armani, a museum space that will house over 600 designs from the esteemed house.
The newly renovated 48,600 square feet space covers four levels and was originally constructed in the 1950’s as part of the Nestlé Company.
“I wanted to keep the rough aspect of the Silos as it was,” Armani told WWD. [I] plan to renew the displays with pieces from the new collections every six months,” he explained.
The new space that Armani doesn’t like to refer to as a museum opened this week during the Milan Expo 15, of which Armani has also been named fashion ambassador. www.armani.com