Milan Fashion Week dedicated to men’s fashion spring / summer 23 is coming, an explosive calendar full of events with major brands


Milan FW Spring Summer 23

The fashion week is back in Milan, for its third edition of the year, and from 17 to 21 June 2022 it will be dedicated to men’s fashion spring/summer 23. The calendar is really full of events with top-level presentations: 25 fashion shows ; 24 presentation, of which 4 by appointment; 5 digital contents and 12 events; the total is 70 shows of which 65 physical, the face-to-face mode is finally returning to being the main one, Tuesday 21 June will be the day on which the digital contents will be presented (it will be possible to follow them online thanks to the National Chamber of Fashion). Among the maisons there are those who have chosen both the men’s and women’s collections, while others have focused on genderless following the current trends beyond the boundaries of genders. The fashion week, as always connected to the narration of the iconic places in Milan, saw its first physical show planned with DSquared2; the Milanese fashion show will close on Monday 22 June with a show by Zegna on the group’s Green Soul Manifesto. A specific focus is foreseen on sustainability and on online sales, now increasingly emerging after the pandemic: “The online fashion ‘showcases’ are in great expansion and hopefully can help” Carlo Ferro, president of the ICE agency (Agency for the promotion abroad and the internationalization of Italian companies). Let’s find out together the brands chosen by Michele Franzese Moda for this edition of Milan FW Spring Summer 23.



The show by Dean and Dan Caten opened the fashion week bringing with it good vibes: the collection, in fact, between the inspiration directly from Bob Marley and his iconic style “which is a celebration of the return to the freedom of living and traveling after Covid ”for a more relaxed and cool life. The label has brought in cool models that like Jamaican surfers look like they have just come out of ride on the waves or ready to go on a motorcycle (with the biker jackets with red patch and green stripes and on the sleeves made in co-lab with the famous Honda brand). A beach tailoring with a naturally streetwear approach typical of the brand, tropical colors with evident Jamaican influences dominate among the proposed garments. A light and carefree summer among vests, tailored jackets and tye-dye shirts, flared jeans with embroidered marijuana leaves, maxi nylon shorts, hooded sweatshirts, and bags and t-shirts, with graphics dedicated to the Jamaican artist , created in partnership with the Bob Marley Foundation. Discover Dsquared2 on Michele Franzese Moda.


1017 Alyx 9sm by Matthew Williams

The Scarioni swimming pool, emptied in anticipation of the restoration works, is the original location chosen by Matthew Williams for his show. The models parade in pieces in unisex sizes, pants in wide leg silhouette for a multiple fit. Lightweight men’s knitwear alternates with women’s dresses designed with technical fabrics. There is no shortage of new Nike Zoom MMW 5 at the foot of the models that are the result of continuous collaboration with the brand. The very current symbols of peace on the men’s and women’s t-shirts conclude an impeccable show. Discover Alyx on Michele Franzese Moda.



“The possibility of an island”, Michel Houellebecq’s cynical novel, offers Massimo Giorgetti inspiration for MSGM’s spring-summer 2023 collection. The message is very clear: “Never turn around. It’s all Ahead ”, so we read on the sweatshirts. Looking to the future because “You are the future” as we can also read in the Brenta hub, Fastweb headquarters, the location chosen for the fashion show. Very urban looks alternate with shirts and Bermuda shorts printed with floral motifs and exotic fauna: palms, bananas and crocodiles. Jacquard knitwear on natural fabrics, cardigans with multicolor straws, mesh t-shirts. Discover Msgm on Michele Franzese Moda.


Emporio Armani

King Giorgio intends to bring to the summer wardrobe garments made with ultra-light fabrics ready to bring freshness even in the city. Marine colors like blue and white combine with shades of denim, beige and greige. Soft trousers and jackets in fit and volumes, unstructured blazers, large-size shoppers, Armani expertly knowing how to dress with an always elegant casualness recalling how when in his first Emporio “some products were displayed in woven baskets, and the public pick them up and choose them as he preferred. It was a small gimmick, but full of energy. This collection is like one of those baskets full of possibilities that each man can explore, playing and daring “. Discover Emporio Armani on Michele Franzese Moda.


Marcelo Burlon

Marcelo Burlon’s entrepreneurial adventure began just ten years ago and what better occasion to celebrate than during Milan FW Spring Summer 23? The location of the show is that of the Vigorelli Velodrome. For County of Milan‘s birthday Marcelo has created a collection that is a hymn to freedom. The catwalk is set up along the entire runway and on the catwalk we find some of the designer’s iconic garments: t-shirt and sweatshirt with colored rib cage, baggy trousers, animalier and tie dye elements, denim, ponchos with characteristic South American motifs. “Life is so short you can’t waste even a day”, so we read, together with the peace symbol, on an oversized white sweatshirt. Discover Marcelo Burlon on Michele Franzese Moda.


Plein Sport

Philipp Plein wants to “bring joy and fun back to Milan” by breaking all the rules, this is how his Plein Sport collation tells us, defining the brand as “a chameleon”. Philipp focuses on a focus on active and sportswear and presents his shop on the road project: “Today we are inside the future of retail. We always talk about online but this is the future for stores. It is a pop up. store that will travel throughout Italy, from Monza to Rimini, up to Naples, and in Europe, you will be able to buy everything inside “.



Kean Etro signs his latest collection at the artistic guide of the brand, proposing a vision aimed at linking poetry and sensuality. Between kaftans and Sangallo lace shirts, for the Milan FW Spring Summer 23, Etro tells the encounter between the sensitive nature of poetry and the beauty of love. A masculine eroticism that between silks, transparent gauze and lace, characterize a collection that runs through an external and internal world at the same time. The journey that the brand brings to life during the fashion show to the viewer is exciting. A utopian vision of a great creative director who closes his career by retracing the passion and care with which he worked on the brand. A thought also addressed to Marco De Vincenzo who will surely be able to welcome and respect the brand’s thinking by incorporating a future vision, creating collections capable of evoking the strong personality of those who create and those who choose to wear Etro. Discover Etro on Michele Franzese Moda.


The men’s spring-summer 2023 collection is a tribute to the American artist Tony Viramontes died at the age of 32 from AIDS. Jeremy Scott, the creative director of Moschino, collaborated directly with the artist’s archive, researching images, illustrations, graphic motifs and abstract printed faces which he then transferred to the clothes of the collection: suits with jackets and trousers, trench coats, overcoats, pencil skirts, trousers overlaid by a pleated skirt and blazer protagonist. A creative work on new silhouettes that dynamically play between length and height between suggestions and moods in the style of the 80s. Discover Moschino on Michele Franzese Moda.



The Brioni Spring/Summer 2023 Collection is another trip into Roman nonchalance, with a casual spirit it captures itself in the spontaneous shapes, in the softness of a tailored cut that, without ever overwhelming the wearer, suggests a relaxed formality. Everything is soft and light, be it the suit, the trench coat, the sporty blouson with a small collar and the field jacket or an evening dress with a shawl collar. The Maison promotes a soft vision of tailoring for a summer of pictorial colors inspired by the cultural heritage of Rome and materials such as washed silk, very light wools and linen. A fusion of cognac brown, earth, yellow, blue, gray, black and white but also accents of pink, orange and light blue in the suits that define this collection, dresses made to accompany life, in the long term, in search of eternal beauty. Discover Brioni on Michele Franzese Moda.