27 Lessons From Giorgio Armani

Giorgio Armani is a giant among men, dressed in a $2,000 navy blue suit. Sixty-five years since first setting foot into the fashion industry as a window dresser for Milanese luxury department store La Rinascente, the 86-year-old brilliant Italian fashion designer is still kicking. “To be honest, I’ve worked even more,” Armani told me this spring, still in the throes of Italy’s stop-start reopening. “I discovered video meetings and remote fittings, which worked well. I’m always up for an unexpected challenge.” Read more at Highsnobiety.