Giorgio Ole!, The Homecoming, Emperor Val...

Giorgio Armani's designs now span from the runway and the living room to the oldest bullfighting ring in Spain.

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THE HOMECOMING: It looks like there will be two Calvin Klein shows come New York Fashion Week. On Tuesday, Calvin Klein Inc. said it was bringing its fall 2009 men’s collection show to New York in February. This will mark the first full runway show for men’s wear here — the company has been presenting its men’s wear collections in Milan since 1998. The fall show is slated to take place on the ground-floor event space at CKI’s headquarters at 205 West 39th Street, where the company also has been presenting its women’s collections. CKI, which celebrates its 40th anniversary this year, recently brought the Collection business back in-house — a move that triggered the decision to show men’s wear, which is designed by Collection’s men’s creative director Italo Zucchelli, in New York. It’s not arrivederci, Milano for good, though. The company plans to hold market appointments for retailers during Milan’s men’s fashion week next January. It also plans to return to the Milan’s men’s wear shows in the future.

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