The Milan’s men fashion week starts today at 3.00 pm with the Ermenegildo Zegna‘s fashion show which will be a digital event, as per the rest of the fashion houses which will follow suit. Except for a few brands that have decided to go phygital and present their collections through the so-called hybrid events.
On the 16th of January at noon its up to Church’s (the Prada owned shoes brand) to show what we will be wearing and which accessories are going to be a must have in the fall of 2021/2022. At 2.00 pm there will be one of the four shows which are actually going to take place, with the buyers sitting in the audience ready to clap their hands when they see the designer peeking from behind the curtain. It’s Fendi time and there will be for sure a lot of clapping. The 16th will close with the Iceberg show at 6.00 pm, also in this case it will be just an online event.
Sunday the 17th sees two live shows. Etro at 12.00 pm and Kway at 6.00 pm. In between there is Prada (2.00 pm)with its digital event follwed at 3.00 pm by Tods. While Monday the 18th opens with Paura di Danilo Paura at 10.00 and Woolrich at 3.00 pm.
The last day of this short men fashion week is on the 19th of January and will features digital fashion shows by Magliano at 10.00 pm and Les Hommes at noon.
Dolce & Gabbana will be also showing their collections live to a selected group of buyers, fashionistas and journalists during the upcoming Milan’s Men Fashion Week.
For the full calendar of events check this link on the Chamber of Fashion website.
If you wish to follow live each and every presentation you can check the social profiles of the brands you are interested in or use the Chamber of Fashion dedicated platform available here.