Scheduled from 14 to 18 January 2022, the Milan Fashion Week Men’s Collection, created with the support of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation and ICE-Agency, is trying to return to physical events, with a calendar of twenty-three fashion shows, twenty-four presentations and presentations by appointment, nine digital content and twelve events for a total of forty-seven brands for sixty-eight appointments.
Many events enrich the calendar of Milan Fashion Week, including Gucci will host the concert of the Australian band Parcels with an appointment, by invitation, for January 15 at 9 pm, at the Gucci Hub.
This edition of the fashion week sees the reconfirmation of the partnership between Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana and the Fashion Film Festival Milano. The eighth edition of the Festival aims to create a system and enhance the exhibition of Made in Italy abroad, in a contemporary, digital and avant-garde international context.
Two hundred and sixty fashion films in competition selected from thousands of projects received, from over sixty different nations (Iceland, India, Singapore, Colombia, Brazil, China, Vietnam, Mexico, just to name a few, represent a real cultural bridge between different communities and an inclusive initiative that fully celebrates diversity
Made in Italy is experiencing a moment of great rebirth after the months of the pandemic that have put a strain on all its production sectors. We had to imagine a new way of working, of keeping the brand competitive and of reconsolidating the highest position in many sectors at an international level, even in the field of fashion.