The Milan Fashion Week calendar was presented by Carlo Capasa

The first draft of the Milan Fashion Week Women’s Collection fashion show calendar was presented by Carlo Capasa, president of the National Chamber of Italian Fashion, which will take place from 21 to 27 September and will see the men’s and women’s spring / summer 2022 collections presented.

The return to the calendar of Roberto Cavalli, Moncler and Boss

The September edition of fashion week marks an important return to physical shows with 61 shows on the calendar, 42 of which in attendance

Capasa underlines, recalling that the calendar will be updated from time to time on the website Among the novelties, this edition of Milan Fashion Week will see the return of Roberto Cavalli to the calendar, under the creative direction of Fausto Puglisi as well as Moncler and Boss. The MM6 Maison Margiela, Luisa Spagnoli, HUI and Vitelli brands will also be present for the first time on the calendar.

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Milan Fashion Graduate

During the fashion week there will also be the Milano Moda Graduate fashion show, the event now in its seventh edition, which enhances the talent of students from the best Italian fashion schools.

Starting afresh from young people and enhancing our incredible supply chain, unique in the world, through fashion shows, events and presentations, in the presence, of our brands gives us new hope to look to the future

concludes the president of Camera Moda.

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