Emanuele Del Fabbro is back to bring us the Emporio Armani Fall Winter 2010 campaign. Taking inspiration from the fashion show title, 'Uptown Girl', Del Fabbro presents an urban campaign with touches of the eighties. Take a look at the collection, which was photographed in New York...

Del Fabbro collaborated with Mario Sorrenti, stylist Edward Enninful, and hair and make-up artists Bob Recone and Frank B.

The result is a mysterious, glamorous ad campaign that's highly attractive. The color palette is dominated by silver, oyster and beige, with a dash of daring orange tones. The lurex used in jackets highlights the cosmopolitan style of the line, designed for a striking working girl full of attitude.

The high-waisted pleated trousers and geometric shapes are straight out of the eighties. Gauze is one of the key textiles used. We love the interesting mix of silks with leathers, in a search for new, innovative textures.

The him, the campaign focuses on a more formal look. But the belt worn by Marlon Teixeira in one photo is a reference to the sportswear style of the line, with some garments inspired by a snowboarder look.

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