It was just announced by the Camera Nazionale della Moda that the Milan Fashion Week this year went digital . From the 14th to the 17th of July the designers will share their Menswear Spring/Summer 2021 Collections and Menswear and Womenswear Spring/Summer 2021 Pre-Collections, online thanks to a digital platform. But some big names are not on the schedule, like Giorgio Armani. The Gruppo Arman released a statement that announced that the Giorgio Armani and Emporio Armani collections will be showcased in September, and it’s still unknown how they’re going to present them. They also decided to postpone to January 2021 the Armani Privé collection and it will take place at Palazzo Orsini in Via Borgonuovo, Milan.
Besides, starting from June 2020, Armani will make available to their client their tailoring service: a wide range of styles from their current and past collections will be revisited based on the choice of fabric and the requested modifications. Giorgio Armani doesn’t want to move away from its traditional approach and persist on his position against waste and fast-fashion, especially due to the situation we’re all in. A message that was already shared in a long letter that the designer himself sent to the fashion industry last April.