Milano Fashion Week 2018

Fashion Week returns, 64 shows in the locations and shows at Palazzo Reale


Moncler and Tommy Hilfiger. Two brands protagonists of the Fashion Week in Milan from 20 to 27 February. On 25 February, the runway-event by five thousand guests of Hilfiger is scheduled. And eight creative minds – including Pierpaolo Piccioli, Valentino’s creative director – are called to shape the new Moncler Genius project. Moncler arrives from Paris and Hilfiger arrives after presenting his Tommynow project in New York and Los Angeles. Tonight at Palazzo delle Spille for Moncler tonight eight collections for men and women dedicated to autumn winter 2018-2019. In the Moncler Genius Building, in addition to Pierpaolo Piccioli, Karl Templer, Sandro Mandrino, Simone Rocha, Craig Green, Kei Ninomiya, Hiroshi Fujiwara and Francesco Ragazzi will also be at work. Then, starting tomorrow, a dense week opens, with 156 new collections divided into 64 shows and 92 presentations. We start with Albino Teodoro, and then Lucio Vanotti and Arthur Arbesser, to get to the Gucci fashion show in the Mecenate hub. In the evening, everyone at the “Italian” exhibition in the Royal Palace, a look at Italy seen in fashion 1971-2001 curated by Maria Luisa Frisa and Stefano Tonchi on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the fashion camera.

Thursday on the catwalk Max Mara, Genny, Luisa Beccaria, Fendi, Les Copains, Preview, Emilio Pucci, Vivetta, Erika Cavallini, Christian Pellizzari, Daniela Gregis, Daizy Shely and finally, at 20, Prada, who chose to show off in the new tower designed by Rem Koolhaas for the Foundation and not in the usual location of via Fogazzaro. Tod’s opens the day of the 23rd, which show Blumarine, Antonio Marras, Sportmax, Krizia, Etro celebrating 50 years, Roberto Cavalli with the men’s and women’s collection, Brognano, Marco de Vincenzo, Aigner, Vionnet and Versace, who for the first time and for its 40 years has chosen as a location Palazzo Reale. On the 24th, Antonio Berardi returns to Milan, but outside the calendar, while the official program includes Salvatore Ferragamo, Giorgio Armani and Mila Schon, who celebrates 60 years with a video installation and a book. Between a show and another, Buccellati’s cocktail that hosts the tribute to Italy signed by Peter Lindbergh, the manifesto against violence against women by Grinko, the inauguration of the Gian Paolo Barbieri foundation, cocktails and vernissages.

From: Il Giorno

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