The next edition of Milan Fashion Week Men's Collection Fall/Winter 2023, scheduled from January 13 to 17, 2023 will host 72 events of which 21 runway shows, 31 presentations, as well as 20 other events, including four digital events.

 



The Milanese Menswear Week will be opened by Gucci's runway show, which returns to the men's calendar after three years, while Zegna will close the physical fashion show calendar with its show on Monday, Jan. 16.

 




JW Anderson will return to Milan, while London-based brand Charles Jeffrey Loverboy, which had been on the calendar with a digital project in June 2022, will make its catwalk debut.

 



The calendar will host the first collaboration between Marni and Carhartt WIP to be held on Jan. 14 at 8:30 p.m.




 

Among the various first-time presentations there will be ADD, Bonsai, Charles Philip, Iuter, Sestini and Valstar.

 



"The Added Element" presentation event will take place on Monday, Jan. 16, during which The Woolmark Company & Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli will unveil the new features of the technical partnership, showcasing the key role of Merino wool in the team and crew's clothing and uniforms.

 



On the occasion of its 100th anniversary, Colmar will preview the new Colmar Revolution collection, along with ether events that will feature PT Torino, Lardini and Tagliatore.

 



On Monday, January 16, the presentation event "The Added Element" will take place during which The Woolmark Company & Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli will unveil the new features of the technical partnership, showcasing the key role of Merino wool in the team's and crew's clothing and uniforms.

 



Overall, the new calendar sees the presence of overall younger and more sportswear-oriented brands, a mood also expressed by the campaign created by CNMI (Italian National Fashion Chamber), and other partners that was shot in an unusual Milan at Balera dell'Ortica, a suburban area of the city that recalls atmospheres of the more spontaneous and simple old Milan while it features the looks of emerging designer such as Federico Cina, Çanaku, MTL Studio and Bonsai.




 

"Once again Milan confirms its centrality as the capital of men's fashion, thanks to the presence of the highest Italian excellence, but also of a series of innovative and cutting-edge international projects and players," commented Carlo Capasa, president of CNMI.

 



"Creativity, innovation, quality and sustainability continue to be the main levers for the continuous development of the Italian men's fashion system. The Fashion Week calendar we are presenting today proves to be full of appointments that demonstrate great dynamism in the sector."

 



On the occasion of the presentation of the projects of the upcoming menswear Week, CNMI explained how it intends to continue to promote ad hoc projects by enhancing talents and incentivizing environmental sustainability and social justice.

 



With this in mind, CNMI announced the opening of the call for applications for the CNMI Fashion Trust Grants 2023, promoted by the Camera Moda Fashion Trust, an initiative created to support and promote the new generation of independent Made in Italy brands, which for the first time also opens to menswear brands.

 



Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana also intends to promote issues related to equality with the launch of a new project to support women. CNMI, in partnership with Salesforce and in collaboration with D.i.Re (Women on the Net Against Violence), presented the Empowering Women in Fashion Retail mentoring project, dedicated to women from all over Italy with different professional backgrounds, with the aim of providing the necessary skills to start on a career path in the fashion retail sector. Ten mentoring sessions, held by industry experts identified by CNMI and Salesforce

 



In March 2023, CNMI and Zalando will collaborate for the first time to invite some leaders of luxury fashion to a day of inspiration and exchange in Milan as part of "Changemakers in luxury fashion" initiative that will explore through a series of meetings what the customer of tomorrow wants and the new opportunities that the future holds for the luxury industry.

 




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