List of products by brand Armani Exchange

A|X Armani Exchange is the youthful label created in 1991 by Giorgio Armani to capture the heritage of the Armani brand through the lens of its young fashion-forward urban spirit. Modern bold shapes in original shades reflect contemporary design with stylish details.

The A|X story began in the United States in the Nineties. The brand was created within the Armani world, from which it has inherited its essentiality, developing however its own unique and clear-cut identity, specifically for its target market: a young, modern and informal consumer, who lives in cult cities like New York, Milan, London and Tokyo. The range made its debut with a ‘basic’ collection of fundamental garments and accessories, proposed in innovative designs, to reflect the understated sophistication and energy of a new generation.

Year after year, A|X transformed in-step with the evolution of the latest lifestyle trends and modes of expression, becoming increasingly more global. Today, A|X is the symbol of a reinvented ‘city style’, where the modern, creative and ‘all-digital’ spirit of the metropolitan youth meets with Italian taste and creativity, Armani’s sartorial heritage and culture, to create new and original combinations.

Armani Exchange

Gritty look and sporty spirit for the Armani Exchange men's sneaker with which to face any athletic challenge, even the one required by moving from the formal to the leisure wardrobe. Original design and classic color combination for this shoe that subverts all expectations. To be used without moderation to give the sprint to sporty looks designed to stand out.

Armani Exchange

A wardrobe can never be without it, because it solves many look doubts in just a few steps. We are talking about the women's jogging trousers with studded logo and their impeccable versatility, made irreplaceable by the understatement touch of Armani Exchange. Unpublished trousers are enough to join the coolest team ever: that of Armani Exchange. There is only one captain: King George.