Evolving Tradition in the Armani/Dolci Style

Spring has arrived and with it the scents and flavours of an Easter full of scrumptious novelties.

Armani Dolci opens the new season with a fine and refined selection of artisanal products with a gourmand flavour, once again designed by Turin-based Maîtres Chocolatier Guido Gobino, who has just been awarded the Tavoletta D’Oro for the Gianduja category. Chocolate eggs, pralines and the traditional colomba are proposed according to the highest quality standards and favouring the use of Italian raw materials, such as IGP Piedmont Hazelnuts from the Langhe hills, Bronte pistachios, milk from the Piedmont Alpine chain, mint and saffron from Piedmont.

A collection enhanced by new decorations. The chocolate egg, in the traditional dark and milk flavours, is dressed in a texture of thin diagonal ribs in relief, reminiscent of canneté, a classic fabric of the Giorgio Armani collections, on which the logo is printed with the initial “A”, also in relief.

More references to the world of fashion with the refined packaging inspired by the women’s spring/summer 2022 collection seen on the Giorgio Armani catwalks in the motif and colours of one of the most delicate prints, an ethereal sky blue enlivened by light yellow and red brushstrokes.

Completing the Armani/Dolci collection are classic assorted pralines and eggs in two new flavours: milk chocolate with caramel filling and white chocolate with salted almonds.

The Armani/Dolci collection is available in shops in Milan, Dubai, Tokyo, New York and Munich, or on the official Armani/Dolci website.


Evolving Tradition in the Armani/Dolci Style

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