Milan Fashion Week | 19-25 September 2023

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Milan Fashion Week | 19-25 September 2023

All the fashion shows on the calendar can be followed on milanofashionweek.cameramoda.it, the platform launched during the pandemic on the occasion of digital fashion weeks
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Created with the support of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, ICE-Agenzia and the Municipality of Milan, the Milan Fashion Week Women’s Collection, scheduled from 19 to 25 September 2023, includes 176 events: 67 fashion shows, of which 2 double shows, 62 physical and 5 digital, 72 presentations, 4 presentations by appointment and 33 events.

  • For the first time on the fashion show calendar, AVAVAV, CHIARA BONI LA PETITE ROBE, KAROLINE VITTO supported by Dolce&Gabbana, RAVE REVIEW, THE ATTICO and TOM FORD.
    The AIGNER brand will return to the fashion show calendar.
    This edition will mark the debut of Sabato De Sarno as creative director of Gucci, Peter Hawkings as creative director of Tom Ford, and Simone Bellotti as creative director of Bally.

  • For the first time in the presentations calendar also the collaborations:

MAX&Co. SS24 &Co.llaboration with Sofia Sanchez De Betak Chufy “Souvenirs of Life”
Weekend Max Mara SS24 Signature Collection “Phantasie” by Arthur Arbesser
Marina Rinaldi by Mary Katrantzou

  • During this edition of Milan Fashion Week numerous anniversary celebrations will take place: the 70 years of the ROSSETTI FRATELLI, the 40 years of MOSCHINO and the 10 years of GENNY under the creative direction of Sara Cavazza Facchini.
The launch event of the MONCLER x PHARRELL WILLIAMS Collection will be held on 20 September.


From 19 to 24 September on the occasion of Milan Fashion Week, the Fashion Hub of the Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana will also be set up for this edition at Palazzo Giureconsulti, in the historic center of Milan, which will remain open to the public for the entire duration of the Fashion Week from 9.30am to 7.00pm.

To underline CNMI’s constant commitment to young designers, the Fashion Hub continues to be the cradle of projects, initiatives, talent and ideas.

Milan Fashion Week will also be promoted for this edition through a communication campaign created by CNMI, the Municipality of Milan and Yes Milano. For this edition the campaign, shot by photographer Tassili Calatroni, with styling by Enrica La Monaca was created in the setting of Piazza Cordusio and Palazzo Broggi involving the Starbucks ReserveTM Roastery Milano.

The official campaign shot features the looks of Act n°1, ANDREĀDAMO, INAN STUDIO, Marco Rambaldi while the brands Made For A Woman and DennJ also appear in the other shots.

All the fashion shows on the calendar can be followed on milanofashionweek.cameramoda.it, the platform launched during the pandemic on the occasion of digital fashion weeks which has become a point of reference not only for professionals, but also for all enthusiasts.

The platform will host a section dedicated to virtual showrooms, both multi-brand and single-brand. Each showroom will have the opportunity to present, subject to approval of the brands by CNMI, photos and videos of the collections, contacts, sales campaign dates and press releases. The showroom area will remain active even after the fashion week to be consulted by operators throughout the duration of the sales campaigns. A calendar will also be created in which showrooms will be able to indicate the dates of the sales campaign and the contacts to make appointments: a useful work tool for Italian and international buyers to facilitate their agenda, which will be disseminated through the CNMI channels.

Thanks to the support of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation and the ICE Agency, CNMI continues to promote the arrival of influential international buyers in Milan with a view to providing concrete support to brands that need to create direct relationships with global players.

CLICK HERE to download the calendar

 

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