Giorgio Armani’s fabled tale of window-fitter turned luxury fashion legend is as inspiring as his ability to tell timeless stories through opulent Neapolitan-inspired menswear. Since opening the doors to his eponymous house in 1975 and deconstructing the classic blazer into the aesthetically pleasing, lightweight incarnation that prevails today, he has emerged as the most successful Italian fashion designer of all time, building a global empire with over 500 standalone boutiques. With honorary degrees from the Royal College of Art, Central Saint Martins, and Milan's Accademia di Brera, and having received the Lifetime Achievement Award for Menswear from the CFDA, Armani’s resume paints the picture of a supremely venerable career. His enduring ability to craft collections that find relevance in the contemporary fashion landscape is manifested in fluid lines and soft shapes, all fastidiously tailored using premium and often exclusive textiles. Wool turtlenecks and crewneck sweaters advance sartorial sophistication, while contemporary twists add a touch of modernity to classically cut coats and blazers, which are tried-and-true Armani signatures. Meticulously finished Chelsea boots and loafers—along with leather card holders, wallets, belts, and gloves—are fashioned with the utmost care and excellence, complementing the distinguished modern man in search of refinement.