Milan Fashion Week has started with the certainty of demonstrating once again that it is one of the key meetings of fashion. During these seven days, great references from the world of design have decided to put on the catwalk the trends that will flood the streets next spring/summer 21 season. And despite the fact that, in one way or another, each one has remained faithful to his style, they all agree on something: the sophistication of his creations.
What will this edition surprise us with, marked by the coronavirus? 28 parades were held in person, 24 online. In addition, the men's and women's collections were presented together for the first time, as in the case of Valentino. Some in an unprecedented way on television, as in the case of Emporio Armani, on channel La 7 (in addition, of course, to its website and that of the Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana). Big names, like Bottega Veneta, were missing. This edition also marked the great debut of Raf Simons as creative director of Prada, together with Miuccia (he was appointed last June). After two intense fashion weeks in New York and London, which already left us some of the trends that we will wear throughout the year (ruffles, polka dot prints and volumes everywhere), the meeting demonstrated the full scope of fashion even in times of crisis with, for example, the Moschino puppet show.
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If this year you have not been able to follow the shows, do not panic, here you will find everything you need to know about Italian Fashion Week, the penultimate of the international fashion route that will close as usual in Paris. We select some of the most outstanding silhouettes of this edition, held from September 22 to 28, synonymous with change. Indeed, many designers decided this 2020 to follow their own calendar: "I will abandon the exhausting ritual of seasonality and shows to recover a new cadence, closer to my expression. We will meet only twice a year, to share the episodes of a new story. Irregular, joyful and absolutely free chapters, which will be written by combining rules and genres, feeding on new spaces, linguistic codes and communication platforms", commented the creative director of Gucci, Alessandro Michele, at the end of May.