After London, Milan will be the next city to host its round of menswear shows, June 17 to 21, with spring/summer 2017 collection previews from the likes of Jil Sander, Marni, Versace and Giorgio Armani.
Italy's MSGM has invited the audience 'to not post any images of the show on social media'. While Marcelo Burlon County of Milan has cancelled its presentation, to be replaced by a video sent to journalists.
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.
Despite a few absences, Milan Fashion Week, taking place on 19 to 23 June, promises a rich calendar, notably including the return of some big names and the big kick-off runway show/party by Dirk Bikkembergs on Friday.