Milan Women’s Fashion Week Fall / Winter 2021 starts Tuesday, February 18, scheduled until Monday February 24. On the calendar there are 56 fashion shows, 96 presentations, 2 presentations by appointment and 34 events including 27 fashion events and 7 fashion cultural events for a total of 188 events. (see complete calendar at this link:www.cameramoda.it/it/milano-moda-donna/). Gilberto Calzolari and Vìen, both supported by the National Chamber of Italian Fashion, debuted for the first time in Milan. Moon Boot, Giordano Torresi and Patrizia Pepe present their collections for the first time. Thanks to the support of CNMI, Alexandra Moura, Marco Rambaldi and Simona Marziale-MRZ will also parade. As part of a mentoring and support to emerging designers, Camera Moda Fashion Trust and CNMI will support the Act n. 1 and the presentation of Flavia La Rocca, winner of the Franca Sozzani Green Carpet Fashion Award for Best Emerging Designer 2019. Moncler and PhilIpp Plein, both with a co-ed collection, and Roberto Cavalli and Romeo Gigli return to the catwalk. The co-ed fashion shows of this edition are: Agnona, with his first men’s collection, Antonio Marras, Atsushi Nakashima, Boss, Bottega Veneta, Fila, GCDS, Frankie Morello, Missoni and Versace. Many presentations and events alongside the main calendar. Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana presents “Memos, about fashion in this millennium” an exhibition by Maria Luisa Frisa and created with the Poldi Pezzoli Museum, supported by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, ICE Agency and the Municipality of Milan with the participation of Tendercapital. The project, in the form of an exhibition and catalog, aims to be a tool for questioning fashion, its qualities and its attributes, and refers to Italo Calvino’s American Lessons, which the author should have held at Harvard University. The exhibition will be inaugurated on Thursday 20 February at the Poldi Pezzoli Museum and will be open to the public from 21 February to 4 May. Worth noting is the collaboration for the Fall / Winter 2020-21 collection by Emilio Pucci with Christelle Kocher of Koché as guest designer. In addition, important anniversaries will be celebrated such as the 10 years of N ° 21 and the 50 years of Sportmax. The Fashion Week can be followed live on cameramoda.it with streaming of the fashion shows, videos and photogallery of the collections, through the CNMI App and on the Instagram profiles (@cameramoda), Facebook, Twitter with real-time updates on the events. Videos of the fashion shows and special contents will also be broadcast on the giant screen in Corso Vittorio Emanuele, at the corner of Piazza San Babila.