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Milan Men’s Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2019/2020 – News And Trends


After the extraordinary success of Pitti Uomo 95, the fashion system shifted its attention from Florence to Milan, where the mens fashion week for autumn / winter 2019/2020 began on 11th January.

The Florence-Milan axis thus strengthens Italy’s position in the international fashion scene, where the beautiful country seems to be at the top, even surpassing the other three of the big four, Paris, London and New York.

These days the shows will be 27 in total and there will be 5 debuts, United Standard by Giorgio DI Salvo, Magliano by Luca Magliano, Bed J.W. Ford, the Japanese brand of Shinpei Yamagishi, Spyder, the Korean brand of Cristopher Bevans and Peter Brunsberg, and the Italian number 00 of Valerio Farina.

To open the Milan men’s fashion week of 2019 is Ermenegildo Zegna on Friday 11th at night, which launches in a neat, decidedly formal clothes, but in a modern and contemporary way.


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Forward to the future. Last night’s finale of the #ZegnaFW19 Show at Milano Stazione Centrale. Follow #ZegnaXXX for more.

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As for the trends in fact, the theme of these shows is without a shadow of doubt the formal, from Versace to Dolce and Gabbana, there are many designers who have decided this year to bring on the catwalk jacket and dress, albeit with some reinterpretation and correction than to the models released in previous years.


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A collection that shows the different facets of a man. Discover all the looks from the #VersaceFW19 men’s show at the link in bio. #MFW

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Unfortunately in the calendar of Milan 2019 men’s fashion are missing prestigious brands such as Bottega Verde, Gucci, and Armani who have chosen to present the men’s clothing in February on the occasion of Milan women’s fashion, thus opting for the co-ed.

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