Milan Fashion Week — Spring/Summer 2022 season will take place from September 21 to 27 and will see the presentation of men’s and women’s Spring/Summer 2022 collections. Fashion Chamber announced the draft of the calendar that may undergo changes in the coming weeks.
On the calender are registered 61 fashion shows, and 42 of which are in attendance.
The September edition of fashion week marks an important return to physical fashion shows. This edition of Milan fashion week will see the return to the calendar of Roberto Cavalli, under the creative direction of Fausto Puglisi; Moncler and Boss, »reads a note from Camera moda ».
For the first time the brands MM6 Maison Margiela, Luisa Spagnoli, Hui and Vitelli will also be present. During the fashion week will also take place the fashion show of Milano Moda graduate, the event now in its seventh edition, which enhances the talent of students from Italian fashion schools.
According to the draft calendar, there will be, among others, the digital presentation of Calcaterra and Antonio Marras’ collection. Catwalks Fendi will attend in via Solari. On the same day Jill Sander and Roberto Cavalli will be on the catwalk.
On September 23rd, among others, it will be the turn of Max Mara, Genny, Etro and Emporio Armani.
On September 24th it will be the turn of, among others, Tod’s, Missoni, Sportmax, Prada and Elisabetta Franchi.
On September 25th are scheduled, among others, Ports 1961, Moncler, Ermanno Scervino, Salvatore Ferragamo, Dolce &Gabbana and Giorgio Armani.
On September 26 it is the turn of, among others, Laura Biagiotti, Emilio Pucci and Philipp Plein.
On September 27th will be presented, among others, the collections of Alexandra Moura.
Other fashion houses have instead opted for digital, including Dsquared2, Antonio Marras, Gcds, Emilio Pucci, Calcaterra, Elisabetta Franchi and Laura Biagiotti.
Also, for this season, it is possible to follow the initiative on milanofashionweek.cameramoda.it. This is the official platform that the association makes available to enjoy in digital mode all the contents of the Milan Fashion Week, including fashion shows and presentations.