Milan Women’s and Mens’ Spring/Summer 2021 lineup starts today. The seven-day showcase will close September 28 and will host 64 fashion shows, 39 Woman show, 4 Men and 19 co-ed, of which 23 physical and 41 in digital form. 43 presentations, of which 25 physical and 24 will unfold in digital format, 12 presentations by appointment have been planned and 22 events for a total of 159 appointments. In a move that underlines its commitment to the Italian fashion system, Valentino has chosen to exceptionally show in Milan, with its co-ed collection scheduled to unfurl Sunday, September 27 at 14:00. A Cold Wall* will return for a second time, and will be present in Milan, with new, original digital content. Redemption, Sindiso Khumalo, MM6 Maison Margiela, Ji Won Choi will make its debut on the Milan calendar with digital projects, while shi.RT by Tommaso Aquilano and Roberto Rimondi will unfurl a physical show. Returning to the Milan calendar with physical shows are Blumarine (under the creative direction of Nicola Brognano) Dolce & Gabbana and Francesca Liberatore, while Shuting Qiu, Emilio Pucci, Elisabetta Franchi and Andrea Pompilio will be present in digital form. Other major highlights include the celebration of the Laura Biagotti brand’s 55th anniversary with an original video; while the Emilio Pucci label will present a short film to introduce a capsule collection created with Japanese designer Tomo Koizumi, co-recipient of the 2020 LVMH Prize. Other top calendar events include the co-ed presentations of creatives Fiona Sinha and Aleksandar Stanic, with an intriguing reading of Trussardi’s style codes for Archive+Now, while luxury sports brand Bikkembergs will showcase its first jewellery line.