Milan Fashion Week Men ended on Tuesday with a sense of unfinished business. Nearly all shows were virtual and there was little buzz in the city, though designers conveyed unreserved optimism in their videos.
The almost fully virtual fashion week runs until Tuesday, with only Armani, Dolce & Gabbana and Etro hosting physical shows. Highlights include the first collection by Glenn Martens for Diesel and eight new labels.
The Italian smart casual brand, 40% owned by investment fund Clessidra, expects to triple its revenue in three years, reaching €200 million by 2019, when it plans to apply for a Stock Exchange listing.
Having received investment from equity firm Clessidra, the Italian clothing brand is taking things into higher gear. The first line of attack: Europe, beginning with France, where it will soon open two stores.
Apart from some prominent defections such as Moschino, Jil Sander and Z Zegna, the Milan Men's Fashion Week from June 21 to 24 offers a full roster, marked by the addition of many new names, including Tod's, N°21 and ...