The world of fashion, we know, is evolution, revolution, change. Every season amazes us with new transformations, new ideas, new ways of seeing man and woman. And it was precisely in this direction that Donatella Versace wanted to make her change.
A little in contrast with what we expected for 2020.
But the made in Italy fashion house has now decided.
At least for now she says goodbye to the men’s fashion shows, in fact she will unite the men’s and women’s fashion weeks.
This trend had already been seen last January when many designers had chosen the co-ed fashion show. For the autumn winter 2019 2020 collections, many had decided to show at Milano Moda Uomo following this trend. Dsquared2, Frankie Morello, John Richmond, Marcelo Burlon are just some of the designers who have chosen the co-ed show. But this year they choose to take a step back and go back to basics.
As did the Director of the Fashion Chamber , Carlo Capasa, recalling that fashion shows are a business and that fashion weeks are crucial moments.
Versace instead decided this year to join the two shows, no one knows how long this duet will last but for now the house has no doubts. In February 2020 for the Milano Moda Donna autumn winter 2020 2021 we will see men and women on the same catwalk.