The Coronavirus turned the spotlight on the Milano Moda Donna edition that ended one day early due to the Coronavirus. Carlo Capasa, president of the National Chamber of Italian Fashion, followed the directives of the Ministry of Health and the Municipality of Milan by not interrupting the event until Sunday 23rd, Giorgio Armani and Laura Biagiotti decided to walk behind closed doors. “The parade – reads a note sent by Armani – will be recorded in an empty theater, without press and buyers, and will be streamed on the armani.com, Instagram, Facebook website. The decision was made not to expose the health of its guests to any risk. Moncler also made it known that the Genius installation would no longer be open to the public, as expected. Michael Kors canceled the cocktail dedicated to the collaboration with 007. Others, primarily Dolce & Gabbana, Boss and Fila, yesterday decided instead to keep the fashion show open to professionals. The catwalks of Atsushi Nakashima and Alexandra Moura were supposed to take place behind closed doors, but, following the regional directives, they were finally canceled entirely. Also because of Coronavirus, the board of directors of Mido, the fair dedicated to eyewear that should have been held in Milan from February 29 to March 2, announced that the 2020 edition will be postponed between the end of May and the first half of June”.
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