Just returned home from his historical visit to the capital of China, Beijing last month, Giorgio Armani unveiled some sneak peek photos from his latest womenswear Fall/Winter 2012-13 ad campaign, which shot by Alasdair McLellan. The campaign stars Anna De Rijk, Tao Okamoto, Paolo Anchisi and Alfred Kovac posing against the iconic Tokyo’s vibrant nocturnal districts with brightly lit-up signs and billboards.

Donned the designers’ Fall/Winter 2012-13 latest collection that highlights sleeveless dress made from subtle velvet and feminine draped cape, models are a perfect embodiment of how Armani ladies would look like. Shot in Tokyo, the campaign accentuates Mr. Armani’s recent interest in East Asia women that spotted in his numerous creations.

It is unusual vivid background colors and dark-hued plain designs commingle in both menswear and womenswear that do not distinct Armani’s creation from the crowd, yet, they are so striking enough to lure fashion-obsessed folks. The Fall/Winter 2012.13 campaign is scheduled to debut internationally from July.

Courtesy of Emporio Armani.

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