Milan fashion week dedicated to the fall / winter 2022-23 collections will end on Tuesday 18th. Overall, the program includes there are 16 fashion shows, 22 presentations, 18 digital content and 7 events, for a total of 53 brands and 60 appointments. The event, in a phygital version, is organized with the support of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation and the Ice Agency.
After the remodeling of the Giorgio Armani and Emporio Armani fashion shows, Msgm has decided to present its collection by appointment and Jw Anderson digitally, postponing the physical presence in Milan to June. Confirmed appearances for Zegna, Dsquared2, Prada, Etro, Fendi, Philipp Plein and Dolce & Gabbana, for the emerging Magliano, Federico Cina, Jordanluca and Justin Gall, and again for 1017 Alyx 9Sm, K-Way, Spyder, the Portuguese Miguel Vieira and David Catalàn, the return of Andrea Incontri, Missoni, Brioni, Kiton, Church’s, Slowear, Canali, Woolrich and Andrea Pompilio for Harmont & Blaine. Absent at Pitti Uomo 101 but confirmed in Milan Brunello Cucinelli. A retrospective is planned for the 50th anniversary of Cp Company.
All online on the CNMI digital platform
All the events on the calendar can be followed until the end of the event also on www.milanofashionweek.cameramoda.it, the digital platform of Cnmi, the National Chamber of Italian fashion chaired by Carlo Capasa. The premiere of the film ‘Elio Fiorucci – Free Spirit’, scheduled for Monday 17 January, was postponed to the Milan Fashion Week Women’s Collection in February.
Pitti in Florence
The baton of fashion passed to Milan from Florence, where the editions of Pitti Uomo and Pitti Bimbo were successfully completed on Tuesday 13th. The collections presented in the Fortezza da Basso were 548 for menswear (almost 30% from abroad) and 170 at Pitti Bimbo 94. Almost 5,000 buyers, of which about 30% from around 60 foreign countries. Also counting agents, representatives, suppliers, journalists and guests, attendance should be around 8 thousand. The main countries for the influx of buyers were the Netherlands (134 buyers), France, Spain, Germany, Great Britain, Switzerland, Belgium, Turkey, the USA and Russia.