Art, happenings, exhibitions and novel parties are on the schedule in Milan this coming season – and of course a whole lot of menswear when the action starts on Friday evening, Jan 12 in the Italian fashion capital.
The Florentine label will bring its men's and women's collections together in a single runway show in Milan as of next year, starting with Autumn/Winter 2018-19 at the Women's Fashion Week in February.
This week in Paris, Adrian Cheng announced the launch of a significant new investment fund to target what Cheng sees as the key consumer market of this century – Millennials and Generation Z in China. Call them BATers.
Paris Menswear Season opens Wednesday with five days of catwalk excitement, and five new debutants on the official calendar, with the capital in an optimistic mood following the victory Emmanuel Macron and his new party.