Milan Fashion Week Men's is set to take place from 14 to 17 July, mixing virtual performances with physical runway shows. 37 events are on the menu, including physical shows from Etro and Dolce & Gabbana on 15 July.
On 2 and 3 September, the Italian fashion house will show its haute couture pieces alongside creations from a selection of Florentine craftsmen in an effort to kick start the fashion sector following the Covid-19 crisis.
Carlo Capasa has been confirmed for the fourth consecutive term as the president of the Italian Fashion Chamber (CNMI), as Serge Brunschwig, Alfonso Dolce and Jacopo Venturini joined the new executive committee.
After a 20-year hiatus, the label has returned to the official calendar of Milan Fashion Week with a show scheduled for 15 July, revealing a desire to double down on the brand's support of the Italian fashion industry.
Luxury industry leaders have assessed the impact of Covid-19 on the sector, envisaging a recovery only in the long-term, according to a survey by the Italian Fashion Chamber and Pitti Immagine, with McKinsey & Company.
The day after the Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana's announcement that it is organising a digital version of Milan Fashion week in July, Giorgio Armani has revealed the calendar for its next runway shows.
With June's menswear fashion weeks cancelled, Italy's Camera della Moda has announced the organisation of "Milano Digital Fashion Week" from 14 to 17 July. Paris has planned its own digital event from 9 to 13 July.
The French Haute Couture and Fashion Federation has announced a series of initiatives to support emerging designers who have been hit especially hard by the Covid-19 crisis, including an aid fund and a digital showroom.