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Jun 12, 2024

The ultimate guide to catching up with Milano Men’s Fashion Week from your sofa

Laptop on, Instagram scrolled, fan adjusted. Dive into this roundup for all the upcoming debuts and comebacks on the Milanese fashion stage


Your laptop fired up, you’re scrolling through Instagram, and your fan is aimed just right. Where are you? Probably on your sofa after (or amidst) an exhausting summer exam session. Whether you’re taking a break between project submissions or just wrapped up a round of meetings with professors, if you’re here on Maze35, you’re a fashion enthusiast—just like us. Chances are, you haven’t had a moment to catch up on the debuts, comebacks, and everything else set to happen at Milan Fashion Week Men’s spring-summer 2025. Fear not, we’ve rounded it all up just for you, ready to watch comfortably from your own home.


London Brands Take Over! Adrian Appiolaza’s First Men’s Collection for Moschino! Sabato De Sarno’s Second Men’s Runway at Gucci! Milan Fashion Week Men’s is the Place-to-Be This Season

With over 80 events spanning from June 14 to 18, Milan Fashion Week Men’s is the ultimate destination this season. Italy’s fashion capital is gearing up to host a packed schedule of fashion shows, meetings, and exhibitions that will bring the entire city to life. Trendsetters, fashion critics, international buyers, and celebrities will flood Milan with the vibrant, occasionally eccentric energy typical of fashion week. And they’ll have plenty to see.

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As reported by WWD, the Londoners are making their way to Milan, with big names such as Martine Rose, Dunhill, and David Koma joining the Milanese calendar. Among the standout events on the schedule will also be Adrian Appiolaza’s debut men’s collection for Moschino, Sabato De Sarno’s second men’s runway at Gucci, as well as the celebrations marking the 15th anniversary of MSGM and the 60th anniversary of Canali. 

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This edition of Milan Fashion Week Men’s can also be streamed on the CNMI platform, which will feature a section dedicated to virtual showrooms.


Big Names Return, (London) Talent Debuts

Opening Milano Fashion Week Men’s is Moschino, debuting its Spring-Summer 2025 Men’s Collection and Resort 2025 Women’s Collection for the first time under the creative direction of Adrian Appiolaza. Following Moschino is the Japanese brand Setchu, winner of the LVMH Prize 2023. Don’t miss out on Diomene by Damir Doma. Milan regular Dsquared2 will close out the first day on Friday, June 14.

On Saturday, June 15, Milan Fashion Week Men’s will feature other major names strutting down the runway, beginning with MSGM by Massimo Giorgetti. Following his show, the schedule includes powerhouses like Dolce&Gabbana, Fendi, and Emporio Armani, all poised to captivate their international front rows. But don’t let these established brands monopolise your attention; turn your gaze across the Channel as David Koma will make his menswear debut with a presentation that demands recognition. 

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On Sunday, June 16, Simon Cracker’s responsible fashion will take centre stage, followed by the return of Magliano after his stint in Florence last season, when the Italian designer presented his collection at Pitti Uomo as a Guest Designer. Luca Magliano, the talented winner of the Karl Lagerfeld Special Jury Prize at the LVMH Prize 2023, will be followed in the schedule by Prada by Miuccia Prada and Raf Simons. Then, we’ll see the likes of Simon Holloway for Dunhill, Martine Rose, and JW Anderson. While the menswear from the brand founded by Jonathan Anderson has become a cornerstone of Milan Fashion Week Men’s, the addition of Dunhill and Martine Rose highlights Milan’s prominence as a hub for emerging fashion talent, especially amidst Brexit challenges facing London Fashion Week. But let’s focus on Sunday’s agenda, where we can’t afford to miss the debut menswear collection by Matteo Tamburini for Tod’s. 

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Monday, June 17, will feature another three Italian fashion giants gracing the runway: Giorgio Armani, Gucci by Sabato De Sarno, and Zegna by Alessandro Sartori. Additionally, Dhruv Kapoor will showcase a contemporary fusion of styles.

Lastly, Tuesday, June 18, will be reserved for the digital presentations of emerging brands.

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Milan and the Anniversaries

During Milan Fashion Week Men’s spring-summer 2025 edition, there will also be anniversaries to celebrate because fashion often serves as a metaphor for life, punctuated by milestones and birthdays.

MSGM will be the first to blow out the candles, adopting a co-ed format to mark its 15th anniversary. The brand will present both the Men’s Spring-Summer 2025 and Women’s Resort 2025 collections. “In June 2009, I presented the first MSGM men’s collection alongside the women’s resort. I would like to celebrate that memory and recreate the same energy,” declared founder and creative director Massimo Giorgetti to WWD.

The day after, Canali will celebrate the 90th anniversary of the brand’s foundation with a presentation, following an art exhibition and party held on the inaugural day to mark this significant landmark.


The (Other) Presentations You Won’t Want to Miss

We’ve already mentioned the award-winning Setchu and David Koma, who chose Milan for the debut of his first men’s collection. But there’s more exciting news on that front.

Another highlight not to be missed is Henrik Vibskov. This Danish brand will be presenting its collection during Milan Fashion Week Men’s alongside a group of Scandinavian brands thanks to a new partnership between the Camera della Moda Italiana and the CIFF Copenhagen International Fashion Fair.

Last but not least, the five-day Milan Fashion Week Men’s will feature other renowned names in men’s fashion, including Brunello Cucinelli, Brioni, Ralph Lauren Purple Label, and Woolrich Black Label by Todd Snyder. There is also much anticipation for the presentation of the emerging brand Ascend Beyond, one of the 10 finalists at the CNMI Fashion Trust Grant 2024.



Agnese Pasquinelli
Fashion Business, Digital Communication & Media student, 3rd year, Milan