This season, the Milan Fashion Week Men’s has teamed up with London, and will welcome a spate of new names and major comebacks, from Gucci to Ferragamo, to bolster its programme and make up for 11 withdrawals.
Modern dressing may be more casual than ever, but there’s still a place for tailoring and on Sunday, that place was on the Wales Bonner catwalk, as tailoring met 70s-inspired casual for a new spin on Lovers Rock.
The Milan Fashion Week Men, scheduled on January 10 to 14, will be half a day longer and will feature many come-backs and new names, among them Gucci and A-Cold-Wall, compensating for no fewer than 11 withdrawals.
The British Fashion Council has linked up with the Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana to bring a team of burgeoning young British talent to the next Milan menswear season in January, in a rare display of unity.
France’s oldest couture house has revamped some of the models designed by its founder in a special collection to mark its 130th anniversary, which will also be celebrated with an exhibition in Shanghai.
Continuing its efforts to align itself more closely with consumers’ appetite for fashion experiences, the BFC has revealed the two designers who will be staging public-facing catwalk shows at LFW in February.