Giorgio Armani is the king of Milan fashion week. His namesake brand's fashion show is the last one before editors, buyers, bloggers hightail it out of Milan and head to Paris and it can always be counted on as a quietly elegant affair. After all, Mr. Armani is not a designer who works in gimmicks or follows the latest trend. Like Miuccia Prada, he does what he wants—popular opinion be damned. His Fall/Winter 2017 collection put texture front and center as he rolled out velvet jackets and pants, shearling trims and fur coats, and jacquard scarves in tandem with a parade of fine tailored suits that any man alive would look great in.