Nearly forty years of styles depicting the creative process of Giorgio Armani can be found at the Armani Silos fashion art museum in Milan’s Tortona district. Guests can walk through four storeys of exhibits set in an old granary and develop a deeper understanding of Armani’s fondness of uniformity and balance. Cool undertones, minimal decorative elements, and cement floors capture visitors’ attention and transport them into the mind of Armani. The primary exhibit encompasses 600 outfits and 200 accessories across Armani’s collections from the 1980s to today. Prepare to travel through time as you gaze at daywear from the early 90s and admire gowns fit for a black-tie affair in the late 2000s. The museum expresses Armani’s exotic yet poised approach to fashion, and the way in which he views style as a significant indicator of social change.