The next men's fashion season has been confirmed. The London, Milan and Paris Fashion Weeks will take place from 12 to 27 June, while Pitti Uomo will return with a physical event scheduled to run 30 June to 2 July.
Milan Fashion Week, almost wholly digital, will run until March 1. Italy’s top labels will all take part, except Versace, alongside many debut names like Del Core, a new entry premiering with a real show.
Milan's women's ready-to-wear fashion week will once again be taking place via a phygital format. The event runs from 23 February to 1 March and will feature 61 shows, including big-name brands and new arrivals.
Five designers from the Black Lives Matter in Italian Fashion collective will kick off the show programme for the next Milan Fashion Week Women, set to start on Feb. 23 and chiefly staged in digital format.
Milan Fashion Week Men's runs from 15 to 19 January, with an exclusively online and severely reduced calendar. Deprived of the majority of its stars, the event has bet on young talent and is introducing 10 new labels.
The next Milan Fashion Week Men is scheduled on January 15-19 and, as in July, it will mix virtual performances with physical catwalk shows. On the calendar, 37 shows, including 5 physical ones, and 7 debut labels.
Pitti Uomo was planned for January, but is reportedly set to shift to February. The White Milano show in February might move to March, while the Milan Fashion Week has confirmed the dates of its next phygital edition.
At Launchmetrics' first digital summit, Pascal Morand (FHCM), Carlo Capasa (CNMI), Caroline Rush (BFC) and Steven Kolb (CFDA) discussed a hybrid future for fashion weeks, based on creativity, innovation and flexibility.