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Milan Design Agenda realized that over the past fashion seasons, Milan Fashion Week has had a few issues, with some editors and buyers — and even designers — losing interest in the city, which has taken a backseat to other fashion capitals in recent years. In Milan Design Agenda opinion, Berlin Fashion Week will have a big role on this…
Realizing this, the Camera Nazionale Della Moda launched an initiative last year to reinvigorate the event series and some big changes seem to be taking shape for the spring 2015 shows this September. According to WWD, an early version of the calendar reveals that several designers have changed their show dates to take place during the first five days, alongside some of the city’s emerging talent.
Young designers Stella Jean and Andrea Incontri will show on the first day, before Gucci, while Au Jour le Jour and MSGM will show the same day as Marni, Salvatore Ferragamo and Trussardi. Perhaps most notably, on September 22, the last day of Milan Fashion Week — the day Dsquared2 and Giorgio Armani typically showed — seems practically empty. They’ve pushed their shows up to Sept. 18 and Sept. 20, respectively. Armani has always been the big finale of the week, and famously outspoken towards big editors who have chosen to skip his show in order to get to Paris earlier.
Are you aware of the impact this will have in our lives? Fashion runs in Milan citizens blood! We live intensily world fashion seasons like a few! So, Milan Design Agenda has a question,what do you think of the changes to the Milan Fashion Week schedule? Share your thoughts with us in the comment section below.