Milan Fashion Week 2024: The schedule, line-up, and more

Milan Fashion Week dates are out and here's what their line-up looks like!

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Come February, the fashion world eagerly shifts its focus to the anticipated Milan Fashion Week, which promises a culmination of creativity, glamour, and groundbreaking designs. Set against the backdrop of one of Europe's most stylish cities, the revered fashion showcase is known for its penchant for pushing fashion boundaries. But Milan Fashion Week isn't solely about the garments; it serves as a magnet for celebrities, influencers, and industry insiders alike. From spotting Hollywood A-listers in the front row to exclusive after-parties hosted by luxury brands, the event buzzes with star-studded events that elevate the excitement of the week-long spectacle.

Milan Fashion Week 2024 will bring together an array of innovative designs and cutting-edge collections. From the iconic runway shows of Max Mara, Prada, and Emporio Armani to the avant-garde presentations of emerging designers, attendees can anticipate a fusion of traditional craftsmanship with futuristic elements, presenting a vision for the future of fashion.

The fashion extravaganza kicks off on February 21 with a lineup featuring Iceberg and Antonio Marras, followed by the highly anticipated Diesel show at 12:30 pm CET. Additionally, Fendi, Del Core, Roberto Cavalli, and Etro, will also feature runway spectacles along with Marco De Vincenzo, who is debuting a co-ed collection at 8 pm CET on February 21.

February 22 promises more excitement with presentations by Max Mara, Prada, Emporio Armani, and the official start of Adrian Appiolaza’s creative tenure at Moschino, commemorated at the Museo della Permanente.

Subsequent days will see Tod’s, Blumarine, Sportmax, Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini, Gucci, Marni, Sunnei, MSGM, Versace, Philipp Plein, Ferrari, Ferragamo, Jil Sander, Missoni, Bally, and Bottega Veneta among the showcasing brands.

February 25 marks the Milan debut of Feben, while Giorgio Armani will host his traditional double show at his iconic headquarters on Via Borgonuovo.

The finale on February 26 will feature digital showcases from brands like Annakiki and Laura Biagiotti.

With an exciting lineup, Milan Fashion Week is all set to turn heads and we'll be there front and centre to give you all the inside scoop. Stay tuned for the latest updates and trends straight from the runway!

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