Milano Fashion Week Men's

Spring/Summer 2025 collection


From June 14th to 18th Milano will once again become the capital of creativity, innovation, tradition, sustainability and of the Made in Italy brand when it hosts its Men’s Fashion Week Spring/Summer collection.

The calendar of fashion shows with great comebacks and rising stars

This year’s runway show programme will provide a stage for emerging talents and major comebacks.

The weekend will comprise a grand total of 84 events, including 24 fashion shows - both in person and digital - and 52 presentations.


Numerous debuts will be on show alongside the return of many big names, such as Moschino, who will present their new designer Adrian Appiolaza’s first Men’s collection and Women’s pre-collection.

The participation of many international brands, a number of which are making their Milano debuts, will render the occasion even more special.


Thanks to the collaboration between CNMI (Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana) and CIFF (Copenhagen International Fashion Fair), attendees will be able to feast their eyes on the work of Scandinavian designers at Palazzo Giureconsulti. Bringing the programme of in-person catwalks to a close will be none other than Zegna.

Where to follow all events and presentations

Professionals and fashion fans alike will be able to watch the shows and events on, the purpose-built platform that will host Milano’s digital fashion weeks, as well as being streamed on a large LED screen in via Dante 17.


The creative campaign, photographed by Eugenio Intini, is set in the iconic Bocconi University

Three fashion exhibitions you don't want to miss

Dolce & Gabbana: Dal Cuore alle mani - From the Heart to the Hands

Palazzo Reale - From April 7th to July 31st, 2024


The colourful, lavish and astonishing world of Dolce&Gabbana has been integral to the world of fashion and costume for decades. To this day, they continue to amaze us with every new collection.


The designers have envisioned an opulent walkway through the magnificent Palazzo Reale. What’s on display? The journey that each of their ideas takes, from being imagined in their hearts and minds to becoming a reality, thanks to their immensely talented team of artisans.


It’s an open love letter to Italian culture, a mesmerising walk through their most iconic oeuvres that highlight the very things that, from the very beginning, have been their muses: art, architecture, craftsmanship, cities and their regional topography, music, opera and ballet, popular traditions, theatre and the Dolce Vita.


You don’t have to be a fashion enthusiast to admire and appreciate the installations that, in pure Dolce&Gabbana style, present a carnival of colours, materials, mirrors, sequins and embroideries alongside their clothing and jewellery collections.


Palazzo Reale has paired this spectacle with an exhibition of their own entitled Tesori riflessi (Reflected Treasures), showcasing a collection of fine jewellery and design as a testament to how the mastery of past artisans inspires the great Italian designers of today.


Palazzo Reale

From € 13 to € 17

How to get there: By Metro, take the M1 (red) or M3 (yellow) line to Duomo



Aldo Fallai for Giorgio Armani: 1977 / 2021

Armani/Silos – From December 5th, 2023 to August 11th, 2024


When Giorgio Armani was still a young freelance stylist in the mid-70s he met Aldo Fallai, a graphic design graduate of the Institute of Art with a great passion for photography. The rest is history: up until 2000, and then again in recent years until 2021, Fallai and Armani collaborated to create an aesthetic that has entered the collective imagination.


Fallai presents Armani’s fashion creations with his unmistakable black and white style that evokes neorealist cinema, Caravaggio's art and mannerist paintings: they are all timeless images which depict the best possible life. Looking at his shots we focus on the personalities of the characters, the clothes simply become a subtle complement of being alive: the perfect representation of Armani's idea that elegance is not about being noticed, but about being remembered


250 photographs narrate decades of their work together: it features the photo with the tiger cub, taken in Palermo when the troupe took refuge at the Togni circus on a rainy day; then the career woman, looking straight ahead towards a bright future in the middle of the crowd in via Durini, below the Armani offices. There is the in-studio evoked Venetian lagoon and the figures of the Foro Italico, translated into a game of clearly-defined graphic shadows.


As Armani says: ‘Right from the start, working with Aldo enabled me to transform the fantasy I had in mind into real images: that my clothes were not only made in a certain way, with certain colours and materials, but represented a way of being, of living. Because I style is a total expression’.



From € 6 to € 12

How to get there: M2 green line Porta Genova stop; tram 14




Yohji Yamamoto

10 Corso Como – From May 16th to July 31st, 2024


Galleria 10 Corso Como continues its programming dedicated to fashion culture with a special project by designer Yohji Yamamoto, famous for his provocative and inspiring aesthetics.

This project presents a dialogue between iconic catwalk garments and recent and future collections, creating an immersive experience that transcends time.


Galleria 10 Corso Como

Free Entrance

How to get there: underground line M2 Green stop Garibaldi FS