Milano Fashion Week Men's Collection

Spring/Summer 2022 menswear collections


The menswear fashion shows dedicated to the Spring/Summer 2022 collections make a welcome return to Milan, from June 18th to 22nd, with a hybrid formula of physical and digital events.

Let's get a peek below of all the news for this edition.


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Runway shows with live attendance

The following catwalk shows will be presented to a live audience: Dolce & Gabbana on June 19th, Etro on June 20th and a double fashion date from Giorgio Armani on June 21st.

Inimitable Armani has announced that he will present his menswear collection ‘in the presence of the public’, with the coveted front row reserved for sector insiders.

The chosen venue for his Spring/Summer 2022 men's fashion show will be the outdoor, but intimate, via Borgonuovo 21 courtyard that has historically housed many of the brand's catwalk shows.

The recommencement of runway fashion shows with a public audience, albeit with very a select invitee list, is seen as a very positive sign by the National Chamber of Fashion.

The digital platform and thematic rooms

Once again for this season, CNMI will provide the opportunity to follow the event on the association’s digital platform,, making the content accessible to the wider public to promote appreciation of the Milan Fashion Week, comprising fashion shows and presentations.

A series of thematic rooms will also be accessible on the portal that will hone in on special projects. Amongst these is the third edition of Designer for the Planet, an event promoting a series of collections by selected emerging designers, focused on eco-fashion issues. Sustainability in fashion is smart and this occasion promotes the important work of these new designers on a worldwide stage.

The project with WHITE

A WHITE project will be presented during the Fashion Week with the WSM (White Sustainable Milan) format, in collaboration with the National Chamber of Italian Fashion which will substantially support the new generation of creatives. WHITE will make a donation to Camera Moda Fashion Trust and - through a dedicated event at Fondazione Sozzani Tazzoli Milanowhich will remain open during the Men's Fashion Week - will promote ten Italian and international designers (Froy, Lessico Familiare, Mishimi, Oh Carla, Gin Salemo', Bayria Eyewear, Kids Of Broken Future, Marcello Pipitone, Simon Cracker and Zerobarracento), the last five having been selected by CNMI amongst the participants in the Designer for the Planet project.


"MILANO LOVES ITALY. Supporting Small and Medium Fashion Enterprises"

Promoted by White and by CSM-Camera Showroom Milano

The main operators of the fashion system join forces for the economic revival of the sector.

The MILANO LOVES ITALY movement was created on the occasion of the June and September fashion weeks to launch a widespread format throughout Italy. Its purpose is to bolster the national supply chain and, more specifically, small and medium-sized enterprises affected by the pandemic restrictions.

It is a series of appointments, in collaboration with participating shops, boutiques, concept stores and showrooms, whereby the aforementioned enterprises will make their commercial display spaces available, free of charge, to young artisan designers, thus, enabling them to present their creations. The promising creatives will have the opportunity to dialogue with an audience of professionals, buyers and press to create new synergies between players in the fashion system through dedicated happenings.

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