The three-day Milan Men's Fashion Week kicking off on January 11 features a much-changed line-up, losing eight names, including Giorgio Armani, and introducing eight new ones, among them John Richmond.
With big industry names, celebrities, and grand runway events from Moncler and Tommy Hilfiger, not to mention Versace's double anniversary, Milan Fashion Week, which starts this Tuesday, promises to be action-packed.
Kinvara Balfour, the editor, It-Gal and consultant of cool, has launched an online series called The Visionaries, an all-inclusive project for the Instagram generation of insightful interviews with many fashion greats.
Designer fashion retailer Matchesfashion is set to open a dedicated standalone boutique for its own fashion brand Raey, in London’s Notting Hill in the spring and is also preparing for a French language site.
Roberto Cavalli's first menswear collection designed by Peter Dundas will open the show at Milano Moda Uomo on 15th January. Among the 39 shows to follow will be the first-ever by Pal Zileri and Helen Anthony.