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Giorgio Armani really let it all out for Elle UK's September issue, giving an interview in which he explains exactly what he sacrificed to make is so far in the fashion business. "Life, I have sacrificed life," he said. Er, but it was all worth it, right? Nope. "It is even more so now. Even harder, which is very sad because life is all about friendships, discovering people's personalities, falling in love, not just once or twice, but often." If anyone in Milan is reading this, please take Mr. Armani out dancing tonight. [Fashionologie]