Milan is not just Italy’s fashion capital but also one of the world’s most prominent fashion centres in the World.
With renowned brands such as Prada, Miu Miu, and Fendi, they established an unrivaled position in the fashion world. As a result, it is the perfect place to witness the beauty and ingenuity of style.
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Since last year, fashion week has followed a hybrid set-up, and MFW is no exception. This means you can watch the runways of famous fashion houses in real time without leaving the house.
MFW has been focusing on exhibitions that promotes inclusivity and sustainability, like last season’s unforgettable event, BEYOND THE NORM. White Milano & System Preferences presents a hybrid of fashion, lifestyle, exhibition, and art performances at the MUDEC Museum.
And the best part is that it’s open to the public. So, you can expect more innovative and advocacy-driven exhibits this September.
Now that you know who’s coming, when does it start, and how can you tune in?
Read on for your questions answered, and bookmark this page to stay updated.
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When is Milan Fashion Week?
Milan Fashion Week is a magical week for the city, with its festival full of events and models walking the streets wearing luxury and elegance.
The next MFW will run from September 20-26, 2022, with designers presenting their SS23 collections.
The schedule for September’s Milan Fashion Week event has recently been announced, with designers Vivetta, Jil Sander, Roberto Cavalli, and more in the line-up.
In addition, this season will be exciting because it will reveal Matthieu Blazy’s first collection for Bottega Veneta.
See the full schedule.
Can you buy tickets?
Unfortunately, MFW shows are exclusive events reserved for industry insiders, VIPs, and the press. Thus, most events are invite-only. But don’t worry; Milan’s Fashion Hub is open to the public, which means you can still experience the artistic and fashionable ingenuity of MFW.
The hub will host inclusion, uniqueness, and sustainability events this year. You shouldn’t miss two exhibitions Black Lives Matter In Italian Fashion and Designers For The Planet.
If you can’t travel to Milan, it’s okay! Fashion Week is still digital, and many shows will be streaming online.
How do I watch MFW online?
Thanks to online streaming, you can now experience fashion week in the comforts of your home. Many designers have chosen to livestream their shows. Visit the showcasing designers’ Instagram or YouTube channels to tune in.
We’ll be keeping you up-to-date on any MFW news and updates. Please check back later for more information.