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One year after the onset of the pandemic, Milan is back on the catwalk. But always in digital format for winter 2021/2022 collections. The National Chamber of Italian Fashion presented the Milan Fashion Week’s official calendar scheduled from February 23 to March 1. 61 digital fashion shows, 57 presentations, and presentations by appointment are planned. Of these 15 physical and 42 digital, and six events. A total of 124 appointments on the calendar.Some brands will be able to invite some journalists and some buyers in attendance to the fashion shows, in a minimal number and total safety,” said president Carlo Capasa.

Among the big names on the calendar, we find: Missoni, Alberta Ferretti, Max Mara, Blumarine, Antonio Marras, Etro, Tod’s, Sportmax, Giorgio Armani, Salvatore Ferragamo, and Dolce & Gabbana. We also have Fendi in collaboration with Kim Jones, after the presentation of Haute Couture in January; while for Prada, it is the third appointment with Miuccia Prada’s co-direction Raf Simons. Valentino’s presence has been reconfirmed, having already moved to Milan last September. Versace and Gucci are missing. The former announced a digital presentation on March 5; the second dropped from the traditional calendar last May and will present a collection later in experimental formats.

Making their debut on the calendar for the first time: Brunello Cucinelli, Alessandro dell’Acqua x Elena Mirò, Del Core, Onitsuka Tiger. But also Fabio Quaranta, Dima Leu, Münn, Budapest Select, Alessandro Vigilante, Giuseppe Buccinnà and CHB.

For the fashion week opening, there is an expectation for a tribute to Beppe Modenese, honorary president of the National Chamber of Italian Fashion, who passed away on November 21, 2020. The video-tribute was curated and directed by Beniamino Barrese, author of “The Disappearance of My Mother,” presented at the Sundance Film Festival and nominated for the 2019 European Film Awards. The Blink Fish curates the production.

CNMI’s commitment to supporting emerging talents is reaffirmed with the renewal of the collaboration between CNMI and Rinascente, with a pop-store in support of young Made in Italy brands. Also, for this edition, the event can be followed on milanofashionweek.cameramoda.

Below you will find the calendar.

Wednesday 24 February

10 Tributo a Beppe Modenese
10:15 We are made in Italy (Black Lives Matter in Italian Fashion Collective)
11:00 Missoni
11:30 Simona Marziali
12:00 Calcaterra
12:30 Giuseppe Buccinnà
13:00 Alberta Ferretti
14:00 Fendi
15:00 N.21
15:30 Del Core (live)
16:00 Brunello Cucinelli
17:00 Fabio Quaranta
18:00 Human Poetics by Polimoda

Thursday 25 February

10:00 Max Mara
10:30 Genny
11:00 Blumarine
11:30 Vìen
12:00 Andrea Pompilio
13:00 Dima Leu
13:00 Anteprima
14:00 Prada
15:00 moschino
16:00 Emporio Armani
17:00 Luisa Beccaria
18:00 Daniela Gregis
20:00 GCDS

Friday 26 February

10:00 Marco Rambaldi
10:30 Münn
11:00 Budapest Select
12:00 Antonio Marras
12:30 Act n.1
13:00 Vivetta
14:00 Etro
15:00 Tod’s
17:00 Francesca Liberatore
18:00 Alessandro Vigilante

Saturday 27 February

10:00 Sportmax
10:30 Gabriele Colangelo
11:00 Onitsuka Tiger
11:30 Alessandro Dell’Acqua x Elena Mirò
12:00 Giorgio Armani
13:00 Ermanno Scervino
14:00 Salvatore Ferragamo
15:00 Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini
16:00 Cividini
17:00 Annakiki
18:00 Laura Biagiotti

Sunday 28 February

10:00 Shuting Qiu
10:30 MM6 Maison Margiela
11:00 Dsquared2
12:00 Drome
13:00 Fila
15:00 Emilio Pucci
16:30 Gilberto Calzorali
17:00 CHB
18:00 Elisabetta Franchi

Monday 1st March

10:00 Ports 1961
12:00 MSGM
14:00 Valentino
16:00 Dolce&Gabbana

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