From 21 to 27 February, the women’s autumn-winter 2023/2024 collections will be on the catwalk, both historic and emerging brands are confirmed.
2023 has just started but the season is already looking towards autumn-winter 2024, while confirming the historic brands but also the emerging ones from the last summer appointment.
The calendar features 54 physical and 5 digital shows and a total of 165 events, with a new format dedicated to the Fashion Hub, exciting side projects, exhibitions and presentations not to be missed.
As for the last edition, each fashion show will be broadcast in live-streaming on the official CMNI channels, as well as on a big screen in Piazza Duomo made available by Samsung.
Furthermore, thanks to the Fashion Channel it will be possible to view the contents of the Fashion Week in playback on YouTube
Finally, on the Camera della Moda website, it is possible to download the calendar of Milan Fashion Week 2023 https://milanofashionweek.cameramoda.it/it/calendar
Great expectations for the return, among others, of Ferragamo with the young creative director Maximilian Davis, of Prada with Miuccia and Raf Simons, of Diesel who, with Glenn Martens, led the streetwear revolution and of GCDS, which with one of the youngest Italian designer, Giuliano Calza, has subverted the codes of streetwear, choosing pink as his distinctive color and mixing pop culture, luxury and Italian craftsmanship in his creativity.
Among the debuts on the calendar with in-person fashion shows, however, the Japanese designer Tomo Koizumi stands out on 26 February – supported by Dolce & Gabbana – who with his “vaporous creations” has seen his success grow exponentially in the space of a few months, while, among the digital, on February 27 there will be the Korean brand Münn, AVAVAV, Husky and Laura Biagiotti.