Milan Fashion Week SS 2022: Shows, Designers & Highlights

Fashion Week Milan: Summer 2022 – For three years we are finally back live when Milan becomes the hotspot of the fashion world: Welcome Back Milan Fashion Week! The last seasons were either cancelled or on a small scale. Now, 50+ shows from the biggest designers worldwide are waiting again. Plus, there’s an extra special this year, About You Fashion Week takes place in Milan for the first time. We are for you & you on the shows to find the highlights for 2023. Here are all the dates of the Fashion Week Milan.

Fashion Week Opening – 20.09.

  • Milano Moda Graduate 14:00
  • CNMI Fashion Hub Opening 16:00
  • In Assegnazione 18:00

Diesel, Fendi & Roberto Cavalli – 21.09.

  • Antonio Marras 09:30
  • Calcaterra 10:30
  • Marco Rambaldi 11:30
  • Diesel 12:30
  • Fendi 14:00
  • Del Core 15:00
  • AC9 16:00
  • Alberta Ferretti 17:00
  • N°21 18:00
  • Roberto Cavalli 19:00
  • Andreadamo 20:00
  • Onitsuka Tiger 21:00

Dsquared2, Emporio Armani & Prada – 22.09.

  • Max Mara 09:30
  • Genny 10:30
  • Dsquared2 11:30
  • Anteprima 12:30
  • Daniela Gregis 13:15
  • Prada 14:00
  • Mm6 Maison Margiela 15:00
  • Act N°1 16:00
  • Emporio Armani 17:00
  • Alberta Ferretti 18:00
  • Blumarine 19:00
  • GCDS 20:00
  • Boss 21:00

Gucci, Versace & Philipp Plein – 23.09.

  • Tod’s 09:30
  • Missoni 10:30
  • Sportmax 11:30
  • Budapest Select 12:30
  • Etro 13:30
  • Gucci 14:30
  • Cormio 16:00
  • Sunnei 17:00
  • Vivetta 18:00
  • Versace 19:00
  • Stella Jean/Wami 20:00
  • Philipp Plein 21:00
  • Vitelli 21:30

Jil Sander, Bottega Veneta, Dolce & Gabbane 24.09

  • Ports 1961 09:30
  • Ermanno Scervino 10:30
  • MSGM 11:30
  • Jil Sander 12:30
  • Salvatore Ferragamo 13:30
  • Dolce & Gabbana 14:30
  • Trussardi 16:00
  • Philosophy Di Lorenzo Serafini 17:00
  • Tokyo James 18:00
  • Bally 19:00
  • Bottega Veneta 20:00
  • Moncler 21:00

Ferrari, Giorgio Armani & Francesca Liberatore – 25.09.

  • Han Kjøbenhavn 09:30
  • Luisa Beccaria 10:30
  • Ferrari 11:30
  • Luisa Spagnoli 12:30
  • Annakiki 13:15
  • Hui 14:00
  • Giorgio Armani 15:00
  • Fashion in the City 16:00
  • Matty Bovan Supported By Dolce & Gabbana 16:00
  • Elisabetta Franchi 17:00
  • Aniye Records 18:00
  • Francesca Liberatore 19:00

Summer 2022 Graduation – 26.09.

  • Tíscar Espadas 10:00
  • Sindiso Khumalo 10:30
  • Mmusomaxwell 11:00
  • Byblos 11:30
  • Laura Biagiotti 12:00

Milan Fashion Week: Versace, Fendi and Co.

Couture and also prêt- à- porter labels such as Versace, Fendi, Armani and Dolce & Gabbana show their latest collections here, which this year are characterized by large-scale prints and lots of glamor. New patterns and shapes dominate the catwalks, calling back to real life after the Corona pandemic. Italian fashion has a long history, the spirit of which Fashion Week revives every year. If Italian fashion excites you and you also want to know what trends are set at Fashion Week in Tokyo or Paris, you can find our Fashion Week XXL Guide here.

Versace: Supermodels as the star of the show

Bright colors and the famous Versace pattern in gold – The new collection of Donatella Versace inspires with cheerful colors and airy cuts. The head designer of Versace knows how to get people’s attention. Supermodel Naomi Campbell, Gigi Hadid and Emily Ratajkowski walked the runway, while singer Dua Lipa herself got to close the show in a pink glitter ensemble. The new trademark Donatellas, the triangular headscarves as already seen in the last fall / winter collection, may of course not be missing!

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Fendi: fur jackets and large patterns

Kim Jones has convinced again this time. The head designer of the men’s collection of Dior and the women’s collection of Fendi set this time on classic chic and created a new look full of elegance and power for the modern woman. He was inspired by the illustrations of artist Antonio López, who had already served as a source of inspiration for Karl Lagerfeld. Pastel colors and off-white, translated into airy dresses and strictly cut suits. See the new look for yourself here!

FENDACE: Collaboration of the giants

The highlight of Fashion Week in Milan was without a doubt the collaboration between the labels Fendi and Versace. Kim Jones and Donatella Versace have united to create a completely new and simply stunning look. The collection is presented by numerous familiar faces and is a declaration of love for fashion and the joy of dressing. Fendi logo prints on classic pieces from the Versace collections create a new overall look that is definitely streetwear ready.

Alberta Ferretti: The sign of rebirth

Inspired by butterflies, this year the Italian label shows delicate tulle dresses paired with macramé elements and iridescent patterns. Long fringes and perforated embroidery echo the texture and freedom of the butterfly. In reference to the Corona Pandemic, one understands why the designer chose the butterfly as the symbol of the new collection. It represents rebirth and return. The return to normal life has definitely succeeded here with Life Audience.

Jil Sander: changes and emotions

The Spring 2022 collection is a big step for designer duo Lucie and Luke Meier. The couple has always focused on tailoring and straight silhouettes in their collections. This year, for the first time, emotions play an extremely important role for them. This is especially visible in the love for details and finishes, but also the color palette has changed a lot from black to pastel. Get yourself a picture of the new Jil Sanders here!

Etro: The clothes of the hippie festivals

With this collection Veronika Etro remembers her wild teenage years at hippie festivals of the 70s. The label’s signature paisley pattern fully serves its purpose here, creating looks that call out to the wild and free side of life. Screaming colors like red, pink and turquoise remind us of the psychedelic trip of mushrooms or drugs. The whole thing is broken by the interplay of masculine and feminine cuts.

Prada: Simultaneous show in Milan and Shanghai

The second collection of the designer union between Muiccia Prada and Raf Simmons is once again a complete success. The collection was presented simultaneously in Milan and Shanghai. “Seduction, Stripped Down” is the original title of the collection. What is meant by this? To question the new body image of youth and to examine historical pieces for what they mean today in terms of seduction and sensuality. Bras and corsets are presented in this collection in unusual ways, such as sewn into pieces that are actually considered “unsexy,” like wool sweaters.

Dolce & Gabbana: Generation Z Collection

Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana in this collection take up the spirit of youth – the 2000s. Not only on the internet, but also on the runways, the phenomenon of this rather questionable fashion period can be found. However, since the 2000s were the heyday of the label, it makes sense why the designers fall back on it. The result is a Generation Z collection that is on par with social media culture. You’re guaranteed to be a looker in these outfits!

Fashion Weeks Worldwide: Fashion on the catwalks of the world

Do you already know? Fashion Week New York, Los Angeles, Paris, Milan, London & Berlin? Designers, shows and fairs, read more about the individual Fashion Weeks worldwide here:

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