The Return of Milan Men’s Fashion Week
Madrid – Fashion is taking over these days what is undoubtedly one of the main international fashion capitals. A city of Milan that had to hastily say goodbye to the hubbub that had always accompanied its traditional parades and presentations during its last women’s edition of 2020, as a result of the abrupt outbreak of this coronavirus pandemic, and that now returns to welcome them with what will be the first public parades on Italian soil since last year.
Thus making use of a new hybrid format, in which the Milanese catwalk trusts that it will be the first step for its definitive “de-escalation” and return to maximum normality, from today, Friday 18, and until June 22, 2021 a new edition of Milano Fashion Week Men’s will take place over the capital of Lombardy. Five days of presentations and fashion shows, during which a total of 47 firms will be decided to participate, presenting their latest collections in men’s fashion for the next Spring / Summer season of 2022. Proposals that The vast majority of them will continue to present exclusively through the online medium, with a good number of them combining this route, consolidated in the embrace of the pandemic, with presentations by appointment, and with only 3 of them entrusting themselves to celebrate those first parades in direct and with the public: Dolce & Gabbana, Etro and Giorgio Armani; who thus, after becoming one of the first Italian designers to decide to restrict the attendance of the public to one of his shows, has also become one of the first to announce his return.
A hybrid edition with the public shows of Dolce & Gabbana, Etro and Giorgio Armani
Continuing with the dominant trend, until the arrival of the coronavirus, the celebrations of the, for now still reduced, public parades will take place over the Italian city, at the same time as that of the different types of private presentations and by appointment. Taking charge of completing these days, a good number of events organized by some of the most prominent firms and organizations linked to the Italian fashion industry. Standing out in this regard from the presentation that the Gucci firm will make of its latest collection for the 100 years of its foundation, to the singular events that, with a similar purpose, the Jordanluca, Eleventy and Canali firms will undertake the day reserved for sustainability on the 21st or the presentation of the book “Album Stefano Accorst” that will take place from the Armani Silos cultural space.
As for the calendar of parades, it will be in charge of inaugurating it, this Friday, the Italian house Ermenegildo Zegna (3:00 p.m.), which will be followed by the presentations of Tíscar Espadas (4:00 p.m.), Satoni (5:00 p.m.), by the Spanish Mans (6:00 p.m.) and Philipp PLein (7:00 p.m.).
Already on Saturday, the time will come for them to show their latest novelties, under the format chosen by each of the different fashion houses, the firms Federico Cina (10: 00h), Dhruv Kapoor (10: 30h), Eleventy (11 : 00h), Spyder (11: 30h), Canali (12: 00h), Children of the Discordance (13: 00h), Les Hommes (13: 30h), Fendi (14: 00h), Tod’s (15: 00h), Dolce & Gabbana (4:00 p.m., with a live parade with an audience), Sunnei (5:00 p.m.), Serdar (5:30 p.m.) and Dalpaos (6:00 p.m.).
The day on Sunday will be for the houses MTL Studio (10: 00h), Franc Elis (10: 30h), Revenant RV NT (11: 00h), Tokio James (11: 30h), Etro (12: 00h, with a parade with public and live), MSGM (1:00 p.m.), Prada (2:00 p.m.), Han Kjøbenhavn (3:00 p.m.), 424 (4:00 p.m.), Nick Fouquet (5:00 p.m.), David Catalan (6:30 p.m. ), and Miguel Vieira (7:00 p.m.).
Starting next week, on Monday, June 21, it will be time for A-Cold-Wall.