The exhibition space was opened in 2015 and is a living, open-to-the-public space illustrating Giorgio Armani’s professional experience, revealing a rich heritage of unique know-how: a space in which to design the future, a showcase of new attitudes and lifestyles that capture changing times and cultures
Armani/Silos*, located at Via Bergognone 40, is in what was originally the granary of a major international company. The opening exhibition, covering all four floors of the building, offers an overview of the designer’s career, including 600 outfits and 200 accessories from Giorgio Armani’s collections from 1980 to the present
For forty years of Armani fashion,
This ample 4,500 square-metre space spread over four floors houses a unique selection of the fashion designer’s creations from 1980 until today. The selection does not follow a chronological order but is divided into themes that have inspired and continue to inspire Giorgio Armani’s creative work. On the ground floor the sections dedicated to Stars and Daywear. Exoticism on the first floor and Colour Schemes on the second floor. The third and last floor focuses on the theme of Light.
Emotions of the
September 23rd to March 19th, 2017
An exhibition dedicated to celebrating those who compete, not only to achieve their own goals, but also to entertain the rest of us. Giorgio Armani personally conceived the exhibition design and curated the selection of photographs from a wealth of images that he commissioned over the years of sportsmen and women from different disciplines.
The Beats and The Vanities, Larry Fink
March 29th to July 30th, 2017
A unique gallery featuring 125 original black and white photos that depict the Beat Generation and Hollywood parties. Showcased together for the first time at Armani/Silos, the two portfolios – The Beats and The Vanities – illustrate Larry Fink’s signature style and his ability to capture intimate moments in an empathetic, non-judgmental way.