Third day of Milan Women’s Fashion week, after the opening of the Fashion Hub of the National Chamber of Italian Fashion which opened the new edition of the event dedicated to the women’s collections F / W 2020-21. Until Monday 24 February, 54 collections will parade and over 90 presentations and 32 events will be set up for a total of 188 events (see full program here: www.cameramoda.it/it/milano-moda-donna/ ). Moncler returned to the catwalk yesterday evening and Philipp Plein, in co-ed format, on Saturday evening. Ports 1961, Gilberto Calzolari and Vìen, both supported by CNMI, debut on the calendar. Despite the drop, the co-ed fashion shows remain numerous: Agnona, which presents its first men’s collection, Antonio Marras, Atsushi Nakashima, Boss, Bottega Veneta, Fila, Gcds, Frankie Morello, Missoni and Versace. Giordano Torresi and Patrizia Pepe will present for the first time on the calendar. Among the events, the collaboration for the F / W 2020-21 collection by Emilio Pucci with Christelle Kocher di Koché as guest designer stands out. The first 10 years of N ° 21 and 50 years of Sportmax will also be celebrated. There will also be historical names such as Giorgio Armani, Gucci, Prada, Etro (Friday 21), Moschino (today Thursday 20), Alberta Ferretti, Salvatore Ferragamo, Ermanno Scervino, Laura Biagiotti, Fendi, Marni, Tod’s, Iceberg, Luisa Spagnoli, Luisa Beccaria and Jil Sander. Also present were the exponents of the new wave including Msgm (Saturday 22), Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini, Gabriele Colangelo, Brognano, Vivetta, Cristiano Burani, Arthur Arbesser and Calcaterra. Thanks to the support of CNMI, Alexandra Moura, Marco Rambaldi and Simona Marziale-Mrz will parade.
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