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Giorgio Armani, official uniforms for the Italian Olympic team

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Official Emporio Armani uniforms for the Italian Olympic team.
Giorgio Armani designed the official uniforms that the Italian Olympic team wore to the official opening ceremony on July 27th.
The men’s uniform includes a blue navy suit with soft two buttoned jacket  in cotton jersey, embroidered with the iconic Italian Olympic Committee logo in silver on the breast, teamed with classic trousers, a light blue cotton shirt and a regimental tie.  Additionally, the uniform also includes a packable single breast blue nylon rain jacket and lace-up suede wingtips in blues. All the garments have a label with the words to Fratelli d’Italia on the inside and detailing in the colours of the Italian flag.
The women’s uniforms, a softer version of the men’s uniform includes a blue navy outfit in jersey made up of a sporty two-buttoned jacket with the Italian Olympic Commitee logo embroidered in silver on the chest, matched with fluid  trousers featuring seams on the knees, a light blue cotton shirt and a scarf. These pieces are joined by an impeccable packable single-breasted blue nylon rain jacket, and a light blue pique polo shirt that is also embellished with the embroidered Italian Olympic Commitee logo. The streamlined shoes are wing-tip brogues in blue and light blue suede.  The Fratelli d’Italia label and detailing in the colours of the Italian flag along the inner edges add a discreet and patriotic touch.

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