Fashion - August 29, 2023

The Complete Schedule of the Upcoming Milan Fashion Week


The next edition of Milan Fashion Week already appears to be extraordinary, with significant debuts and farewells within the fashion system. With a spectacular schedule running from September 20 to 25, fashion enthusiasts (and beyond) can expect a wide range of experiences, from daring collections to fresh faces gracing the most iconic runways.

Here’s an overview of the schedule of major events:

Wednesday, September 20

Milan Fashion Week kicks off with the Iceberg show, followed by Antonio Marras and Daniela Gregis, setting the stage for a week filled with new styles for Spring/Summer 2024. The day continues with Budapest Select and Onitsuka Tiger, followed by industry icons including Fendi, Alberta Ferretti, and Roberto Cavalli. The day culminates with the Diesel show, featuring Glenn Martens, promising a strong start to Milan’s fashion week.

Thursday, September 21

On the second day, the runway will showcase Max Mara’s new collection, a brand that has influenced generations of designers. Attention then shifts to Prada and Moschino, known for their avant-garde and visionary collections. The day concludes with the highly anticipated Tom Ford show, the first without its founder, designed by the new creative director, Peter Hawkings.

Friday, September 22

The highlight of the third day will undoubtedly be Walter Chiapponi’s final show for Tod’s, marking a new transitional moment for the Made in Italy brand. Not just farewells, Gucci will make its debut with its first show under Sabato De Sarno. Then, Vivetta and Versace will be among the other stars of the day, which will conclude with the shows of Han Kjøbenhavn and Boss.

Saturday, September 23

The fourth day will see big names on the runway, such as Ferragamo and Dolce & Gabbana, known for their aesthetics combining luxury and innovation. From Bally, we will witness the debut of Simone Bellotti as creative director. Another debut is that of Gilda Ambrosio and Giorgia Tordini with The Attico, while Bottega Veneta and Philipp Plein will close the day.

Sunday, September 24

The fifth day will open with more proposals for the upcoming Spring/Summer 2024, including those from Hui and Chiara Boni La Petite Robe, followed by names like Giorgio Armani and Francesca Liberatore. A not-to-miss event will be Karoline Vitto’s collection with the support of Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana.

Monday, September 25

The final day of Milan Fashion Week will take place digitally, featuring the proposals of Pillings, Guido Vera, and Maison Nencioni. However, to conclude Milan’s fashion week, we’ll witness the timeless elegance of Laura Biagiotti’s new collection.

This edition of Milan Fashion Week promises to be a launching pad for new talents, a tribute to past icons – including the grand return of Fiorucci – and a moment of change throughout the industry.

The debuts and farewells will make the event even more memorable. Here is the complete schedule that reflects the diversity and creativity of the contemporary fashion world, spanning past, present, and future.

Mercoledì 20 settembre

09:30 – Iceberg

10:30 – Antonio Marras

11:15 – Daniela Gregis

12:00 – Budapest Select

13:00 – Onitsuka Tiger+

14:00 – Fendi

15:00 – Del Core

16:00 – Marco Rambaldi

17:00 – Alberta Ferretti

18:00 – N°21

19:00 – Roberto Cavalli

20:00 – Etro

21:00 – Diesel

Giovedì 21 settembre

09:30 – Max Mara

10:30 – Genny

11:30 – Calcaterra+

12:30 – Anteprima

13:15 – ACT N°1

14:00 – Prada

15:00 – MM6 Maison Margiela

16:00 – Aigner

17:00 – Emporio Armani

18:00 – Moschino

19:00 – Blumarine

20:00 – GCDS

21:00 – Tom Ford

Venerdì 22 settembre

09:30 – Tod’s

10:30 – Cormio

11:30 – Philosophy by Lorenzo Serafini

12:30 – Sportmax

14:00 – Luisa Beccaria

15:00 – Gucci

16:00 – MSGM

17:00 – Sunnei

18:00 – Vivetta

19:30 – Versace

20:15 – Han Kjøbenhavn

21:00 – Boss

Sabato 23 settembre

09:30 – Ferrari

10:30 – Ermanno Scervino

11:30 – Ferragamo

12:30 – Andreādamo

14:00 – Dolce & Gabbana

15:15 – Jil Sander

16:15 – Missoni

17:00 – Bally

18:00 – The Attico

19:00 – Tokyo James

20:00 – Bottega Veneta

21:30 – Philipp Plein

Domenica 24 settembre

09:30 – Hui

10:30 – Chiara Boni La Petite Robe

11:30 – Karoline Vitto con il supporto di Dolce & Gabbana

12:30 – Luisa Spagnoli

13:15 – Maxivive

14:00 – Shiting Qiu

15:00 – Aniye Records

16:00 – Avavav

17:00 – Giorgio Armani

18:00 – Francesca Liberatore

Lunedì 25 settembre (digital)

10:00 – Pillings

10:30 – Guido Vera

11:00 – Maison Nencioni

11:30 – Phan Dang Hoang

12:00 – Laura Biagiotti


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