The new edition of Milano Fashion Week scheduled from 10 to 14 January 2020 includes 77 collections, of which 26 are fashion shows, 46 presentations (of which 10 are English designers, and 5 are Italian designers at LONDON show ROOMS), five presentations by appointment and 22 events in the calendar.
Dsquared2, celebrating its 25th anniversary, opens the programme with Ermenegildo Zegna. Gucci returns to the catwalk, closing the programme on Tuesday 14, with Iceberg, Miaoran, MSGM, N.21, Prada and Salvatore Ferragamo. Many the names on the calendar, to whose fashion shows are added special events designed to highlight the tremendous creative and entrepreneurial capacity of Italian fashion and its production chain.
An example: the collaboration between the Chamber of Fashion and the British Fashion Council (BFC), which will bring a part of London Fashion Week to Milano.