Milan Fashion Week: Open Your Eyes To The World Of Fashion
Italy, one of the most romantic holiday destinations in Europe, also attracts fashion freaks from across the globe. Hosting one of the four most important fashion events in the world-the Milan Fashion Week-a vacation to the country could be an added advantage if you want to know what is in fashion. Held semi-annually, the fashion week is organised in February-March every year for Spring/Summer collection, and in September-October for the Autumn/Winter collection. Organised third in schedule, after the New York and the London Fashion Weeks, the cycle ends with the Paris Fashion Week.
The fashion week was established in 1958 and is owned by the Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana or the The National Chamber for Italian Fashion. This is a non-profit organization, which regulates, organizes and promotes Italian Fashion and is a driving force for fashion events and shows in Milan. The memorandum of Association included the big shots of the fashion world that revolutionized the fashion sector and brought a new meaning to the industry. Some of these were Maria Antonelli, Princess Caracciolo Ginnetti, Alberto Fagiani, Germana Marucelli, Emilio Federico Schuberth, Simonetta Colonna Di Cesarò, Jole Veneziani, Roberto Cappucci, Giovanni Cesare Guidi, Giovanni Battista Giorgini, Francesco Borrello, and the lawyer Pietro Parisio.
The Milan Fashion Week is a window to the apparel style that is in. Apart from that, it is also a platform for budding fashion designers who get a chance to draw the attention of the world. With exquisite designs and imaginative couture, the fashion week is a ground for perfection that is attained by some of the most sought-after fashion houses like Prada, Fendi, and Armani. Various international brands also get a chance to reach out to prospective customers in the international market through the fashion week.
With the event’s new launches of Milan Women’s Fashion Week and Milan Men’s Fashion week, the event furthers an opportunity to explore the innovations and imaginations of both the worlds. If you are looking for more than just apparels, look no further. From shoes, bags and fur coats, hats, jewellery, cosmetics and luxury goods, the Milan Fashion Week brings home the elite taste of the designers of Rome and Italy.
Some of the other fashion brands that participate in the event include:
• Emilio Pucci
• Dolce & Gabbana
• Roberto Cavalli
• Miu Miu
• Laura Biagiotti
• Max Mara
• Bottega Veneta
• Benetton and Brioni