Milan Fashion Week’s schedule


The countdown has just begun for our team here in Milan as in under two weeks the city is going to turn into that fabulous chaos named Fashion Week. From the 19th to the 25th of February we will be reporting on what will be going down on the Meneghine runways; but in the meantime if you are a fashion  addict/blogger, check out the first official dates you absolutely can’t miss.

Wednesday 20th

Probably taking one of the best spots in the whole city, opening the show of Milan Fashion Week 2019 will be Alberto Zambelli at Scalone dell’ Arengario, the stunning piece of architecture located right in Piazza Duomo. A relatively new brand whose aesthetic focuses on clean and absolute forms, combining precious details to a minimalistic approach.


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Gucci will follow at 3 pm, and we simply cannot way to see what Alessandro Michele’s mind has conceived in terms of ‘great and memorable’ fashion shows for this 2019 Fall Winter men’s and women’s catwalk, considering his ‘accessory-chopped heads’ from last year and his Chinese New Year little pigs popping up over his latest creations.


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Jil Sander and Moncler are also in the calendar for the first day of runways and they will both be under the spotlight at an evening show.

Thursday 21st

Max Mara, Emporio Armani, Fendi, Anteprima, Prada and Moschino are the big names on this second day of catwalks in Milan: as it normally happens for Milan Fashion Week, emerging talents are going down the runway next to the most famous fashion institutions. ACT n 1 and Marco Rimbaldi are the two designers establishing a name in the fashion industry in this year edition of Milan Fashion Week.


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Friday 22nd

Etro, MSGM, Iceberg and Marni are the houses we are going to keep an eye on for Friday the 22nd as well as bringing you a full report and some juicy insights from Dondup’s show – we will be revealing all details soon.

What will go down on Versace’s catwalk? After the acquisition of the ‘Italian family’ label back at the end of September by Michael Kors, will any of the changes put into place affect, and how, the aesthetic of the brand?


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Saturday 23rd

The weekend, those two days spent between your coffee addiction and shopping online (!). All but this when it comes to Milan Fashion Week 2019’s type of weekend.  Ferragamo will be your first morning show, whilst Cavalli will be showing amidst the blissful settings of Giardini Indro Montanelli: the Florentine label is rumoured to be in talks with Philipp Plein for a possible acquisition, although no official statements has been made yet. Saturday will also be the day of luxury streetwear brand GCDS.


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Sunday 24th

No rest for the best. Sunday is the final turn leading to the finishing line. Stella Jean and UJoh, Chika Kisada will all be taking Scalone Arengario and blowing its roof off, so you’d better plan your day around spending many hours in and around the Duomo. Antonio Marras and Laura Biagiotti will also be on your Sunday’s menu.

The concept of Vital Elegance was born by integrating contrasting images; the evanescence and the verve

— Chika Kisada


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Monday 25th

Portuguese label Alexandra Moura is for now set as the closing act of Milan’s Fashion Week 2019 on Monday the  25th; her collections feature bright injections of colours, vivid prints and a contemporary design, as in oversized coats and puffer jacket, kimono like jackets and wide leg cropped pants for men.


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