While he was feeling kind of blue in his Emporio Armani collection, for his main line, it was all about the neutral palette: sand, pearl, shell, ivory, brown and greige dominated the relaxed tailoring (one of the designer's trademarks), snakeskin prints and chiffon evening dresses.
Not only is the designer about go-with-everything colours and lighter-than-air fabrics for spring, he also focused on comfort, teaming leopard, metallic or snakeskin trainers with trouser suits and flats with evening ensembles.
The tunic-style tops, loose and floaty skirt and dress silhouettes in pretty swirling ombré chiffon and silky-satin shorts teamed with soft jackets also looked as easy-to-wear as they did elegant.
For evening, it was all about the draping and the dazzle: asymmetric pleated chiffon gowns floated down the catwalk, followed by bead-and-sparkle-accented ethereal-looking evening dresses.
Armani has had a busy week after making headlines for using "unhealthily thin" models in his Emporio Armani show and being revealed as the designer George Clooney is planning to wear for his upcoming nuptials (is it just us, or is this one wedding where we're as excited to see the groom's outfit as the bride's?!)
Click through the highlights in the slideshow below and don't miss the latest from the Milan S/S 15 shows below: