Men’s Fashion Week in Milan

Some 10,000 fashion buyers expected in Milan.

Buyers and designers from around the world are converging on Italy’s fashion capital of Milan for a short Milan Moda Uomo, from Friday 11 to Monday 14 January.

Collections for the fall/winter season 2019/2020 will be the theme for some 100 appointments, fashion shows, events and presentations, listed in the week’s catalogue with helpful maps for finding one’s way around Milan.

While access to the catwalks and other events is limited to the media and invited guests, anybody not fortunate enough to receive an invitation can follow the events in live streaming on the website of

More patient fashionistas can wait outside an event in the hope that there will be standing room if the venue is not too crowded. And a limited number of invitations may still be available for a hefty special offer to a good cause on the CharityStars website.

Along with Milano Moda Donna, Milano Moda Uomo is the international event with all the innovations of prêt-à-porter for men presented by the most important maisons of Italian fashion. Italian and foreign journalist accredited to the event are more than 1,000, and buyers are almost 10,000. With two annual appointments: January (fall/winter collection) and June (spring/summer collection), the fully booked calendar of the event is proof of the great interest shown by market operators toward men’s fashion.

The corresponding session for women’s  fashion fall/winter 2019/2020 will take place from 19 to 25 February, and the next men’s fashion week for spring/summer 2020 will be on 14-17 June.


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