Wawrinka, Fognini guest at Milan Fashion Week

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During Milan Fashion Week, homegrown star Fabio Fognini and Australian Open champion Stanislas Wawrinka enjoyed the styles and some face time with both Giorgio and Roberta Armani as they attended the Armani show.
Wawrinka himself posed for photo shoots in Armani recently for GQ Italia and Style magazine's Italian version, per the ATP World Tour.

Courtesy The Slice, here's Wawrinka's look, a full gray suit with pants tailored to fall perfectly at his lace-ups. Of course his wife, Ilham, makes for the best arm candy; she is what looks best on him.

Meanwhile, Fognini appears as a portrait of Italian fashion excellent, with a spring-trendy scarf and well-fitted everything, with his wingtips serving as a fun accent befitting his natural flair and personality.

“We had a great weekend here in Milan,” Wawrinka said, per the ATP. “I very much enjoyed meeting Roberta and Giorgio Armani. They are lovely people and it was a great experience to attend the Fashion Week and get all dressed up in beautiful Armani outfits.”

Fognini, a self-proclaimed fashion lover, added, "Being Italian it was an honor to attend the fashion show."

Here's the pair—Wawrinka and Fognini, that is—with Roberta Armani. (Pity poor Fabio for being left out in the Twitter-handle tagging.)


What do you think of their dress-up choices for the show? It must be slightly nerve-inducing to wear a designer's threads in front of him or her. Says here that Wawrinka and Fognini both served up sartorial aces.

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