Milano Fashion Week 2021

Women's ready-to-wear collections Autumn-Winter 2021/22

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Milan Fashion Week is a spectacular platform for Made in Italy apparel where all the top designers showcase their collections twice a year.

This season’s event, highlighting the Autumn-Winter womenswear ranges, is scheduled from February 23rd to March 1st and will be presented in phygital format, featuring both in-person and online fashion shows.

Thanks to new communication channels, precisely one year from the emergence of the pandemic, the entire fashion world is pioneering innovative ways of showing, narrating and promoting ​​itself along with, more importantly, the parallel events focused on key themes such as advanced production methods, increasingly attentive to reused materials and recycling, with a view to overall circularity and sustainability that spans from the choice of yarn to the finished product.

The well-structured calendar for this edition hosts 124 sessions comprising fashion shows, events, presentations and by-appointment-only dates, both in-person and digital.

The entire calendar will be streamed on the Camera della Moda official website.

In particular, this fashion week will elevate and celebrate artisan quality and skills alongside up-and-coming design talent.

Iconic brands such as Brunello Cucinelli and Alessandro dell’Acqua x Elena Mirò will be present for the first time on the fashion show calendar alongside Del Core, Onitsuka Tiger, Fabio Quaranta, Dima Leu, Münn, Budapest Select, Alessandro Vigilante, Giuseppe Buccinnà and CHB.

From February 25th to February 28th 2021, the Milan fashion district will continue to turn the spotlight on the companies selected by the in-house team for WHITE Show di Milanothe leading trade show for international brands scouting.

The event ensures maximum visibility for the new fashion trends that will appeal most to international retailers, such as sustainability, craftsmanship and the digital fashion world.

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Brunello Cucinelli

Creative craftsmanship and Italian design

A luxury brand esteemed for its fine cashmere knitwear and Italian entrepreneurial style, Brunello Cucinelli is admired worldwide for its business model and has won an extraordinary number of national and international awards for its ‘Humanistic Capitalism’: pursuing growth and profitability in a ‘gracious way’.

The Cucinelli company is nestled in the hamlet of Solomeo in the province of Perugia and nurtured by the beauty of the surrounding landscapes which provide a source of inspiration for the artisans and the designer.

Indeed, in Solomeo, the designer has managed to create a fashion company that is lauded for its attention to human dignity and respect for the environment.

 

 

Alessandro dell'Acqua per Elena Mirò

Femininity and fit for this capsule collection

Milano Moda Donna marks the return of the Elena Mirò label which, for this Autumn-Winter 2021 season, has upped a gear by unveiling a special capsule collection designed by Alessandro dell’Acqua, founder and creative director of N°21.

The aim is to offer a product that enhances the femininity of contemporary women, beautiful garments that make them feel self-assured and at ease in any occasion.

Femininity and seduction are the core values of the designer’s personal vision. As always, dell'Acqua is committed to enhancing femininity through his casual chic, yet timeless and contemporary, style combined with perfect fit irrelevant of size, created for beautiful women who want beautiful clothes.

Daniel Del Core

Debut of a brand that combines ready-to-wear pieces with couture styles

Daniel Del Core, German by birth but Milanese by adoption, the former VIP style manager at Gucci - where he catered for the needs of a special clientele of actresses, artists and celebs - has promptly gathered together a collaborative team who, in full lockdown, have started working on a new brand that will debut at the Milan fashion week.

The collection will show couture styles alongside prêt-à-porter pieces creating distinctly feminine clothes designed for special occasions, as well as daywear styles.

Fabio Quaranta

The aesthetics of recycling and his fascination for contemporary art

A Roman designer who hones a more subtle-arty nostalgic vibe that eschews glam fashion.

This stylist-artist’s strong point lies in the quality of his fabrics and superb Italian manufacturing in tune with the contemporary conversation of detail and relaxed comfort.

 

The world of Vogue Talents

The famed Vogue Italia fashion talent scouting project, created in Milan, is dedicated to endorsing new-generation creators and designers in the world of Italian and international fashion.

On the occasion of the February 2021 Fashion Week, the project steps back onto the stage in a totally-interactive digital format: a virtual event open to all, fully focused on environmentally-responsible issues with a line-up of collections from up-and-coming designers, special projects created ad hoc, webinars and plenty of other interactive contents. Thanks to its digital format, this successful sustainability-focused event will not wrap when the curtains close for the Milan fashion week but will be available online for the following weeks.

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