Sunburn all round, a glut of short-shorts street style portfolios, and reliably the most enjoyable—while always grueling—phase of the fashion cycle: Milan Men’s Week is just around the corner.
Following a co-ed amuse bouche in London, then Pitti’s Ann Demeulemeester and Grace Wales Bonner headline edition in Florence, attention will turn to Milan, where today the Camera Della Moda’s CEO Carlo Capasa shed some light on the shows to run between Friday, June 17 and Tuesday, June 21. The headlines? Versace and Moschino are back at Milan menswear after three and four years away respectively; JW Anderson is going to make his Covid-delayed Milan bow (and throw a party); there’s been a telling rethink about digital presentations; and the entire Milanese calendar has been given a shake-up. Read more at Vogue.