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Jan 29, 20208:44am

Milano Moda Uomo grows in its next edition with 56 new brands

The menswear fashion show will show 77 collections, compared to 56 it presented last year. The event will run from January 10 to 14.

Dec 16, 2019 — 5:11pm

Milano Moda Uomo grows in its next edition with 56 new brands



More fashion for Milano Moda Uomo. The menswear fashion show, which takes place between January 10 and 14, has widen its offer for its next edition. Specifically, the event will have 77 brands, compared to the 56 it had last year.


As explained by the Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana, Prada will return during the next edition, after having showed in Shanghai in June. Magsm, Iceberg or Han Kjøbenhavn are some of the brands that will participate during Milan fashion week.


Together with Confartiginiato Imprese and the support of the Ministry of Economic Sviluppo and Ice Agenzia, the Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana will present a new improvement plan for the Milan Men’s Fashion Week.





The project aims “to present Milan and Italy as an international fashion hub, giving space to small and medium companies and presenting to the world Italian know-how; starting in Florence with Pitti and also Milan Fashion Week”.


Among the new initiatives is the collaboration with the Bristish Fashion Council, which will have a space during the event. “This project will give the Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana the possibility of expanding and present Milano Moda Uomo even more international,” stated Carlo Capasa, president of the association.

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