(29 Jun 2006) SHOTLIST
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Milan, 29th June 2006
1. WS George Clooney
2. SOUNDBITE George Clooney:
“Well his clothes, he’s been a good friend of mine for a long time and I love his clothes, he was at my house last week having lunch, I mean we’re, I like the clothes and I like the man. I don’t know that I don’t really compare things, there are a lot of nice clothes out there, but he’s always been very kind to me and I like his clothes, they fit very well so… ”
3. CU Rupert Everett
4. WS Rupert Everett
5. CU actress Alice Evans
6. WS Mariagrazia Cucinotta
7. WS Kevin Zegers
8. CU Kevin Zegers and Sean Ashmore
9. Various shots catwalk show
10. WS Armani takes a bow
CLOONEY SUPPORTS FAVOURITE DESIGNER
George Clooney helped Armani give younger designers a run for their money today by attending Armani’s show in Milan Fashion week.
Armani’s show, exuding effortless cool and sexiness, proved to be the top spot for celebrity sightings. George Clooney flashed smiles from the front row alongside Rupert Everett, Australian actor Sarah Wynter and various stars of Italian soccer and cinema.
Wearing a black suit, Clooney, 45, reflected on his relationship with the designer and his clothes.
“He’s been a good friend of mine for a long time and I love his clothes, he was at my house last week having lunch, I mean we’re, I like the clothes and I like the man. ” Clooney said as he arrived at the show earlier today, in the middle of Milan fashion week.
In the only big-name fashion show this week that made the audience break out into applause, men with sunglasses paraded loose trousers and tailored waistcoats, cardigans that followed the shape of the back without clinging, and urban suits that had grown-up sex appeal.
Smart white sneakers were worn with the men’s suits, belted front-creased trousers, cropped jackets and Nehru collars.
Handkerchiefs were roughly stuffed in top pockets and open-collared shirts wrapped with loosely tied cotton scarves. Heartbreakingly handsome, these men weren’t vain though – their style was apparently effortless and their elegance quite natural.
Suits and shirts came with matching waistcoats in washed-out navy and the palest grey, drawstrung trousers were covered with three-quarter-length coats and accessorised with holdalls in canvas or croc that you’ll be dying to steal.
Skinny knits showed off perfect bodies without any need for the overt nudity elsewhere on the Milan catwalks this week, pale stripes or checks ensured that the biggest statement at this show was its casual chic, and leather blazers rounded off a collection that from start to finish, from city suit to beach shorts, was all round, all day style.
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