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A Personal Take on Milano Fashion Week Men’s Collection Spring/Summer 2025

ALLIUM By ALLIUM | June 14, 2024 | Italy

A Spectacular Showcase of Fashion's Future

As I step into the bustling, vibrant streets of Milan, I can't help but feel a palpable sense of excitement in the air. It's that time of year again – the Milano Fashion Week® Men's Collection Spring/Summer 2025 is upon us. From June 14 to 18, the city transforms into a grand stage, showcasing the best of menswear fashion worldwide. As a reporter, this is more than just an assignment; it's a front-row seat to the evolution of style, creativity, and innovation.

This year's Fashion Week promises to be particularly special. With major comebacks, exciting debuts, and a rich tapestry of events lined up, Milan is set to reaffirm its status as a global fashion powerhouse. The support from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, the Italian Trade Agency (ICE), and the Municipality of Milan has once again underscored the importance of this event not just for the city but for the global fashion industry. 

Milan Fashion Week has always been about more than just clothes on a runway. It's about the stories behind the designs, the craftsmanship, and each designer's vision. This year, the schedule is brimming with 20 physical and 4 digital fashion shows, 44 presentations, 8 presentations by appointment, and 14 other events, totaling an impressive 89 appointments. This is a testament to the enduring appeal and dynamic nature of this iconic event.

Opening the week is the much-anticipated return of Moschino, presenting its men's collection and women's pre-collection under the creative direction of Adrian Appiolaza. Moments like these remind me why I love fashion – the anticipation, the surprise, and the innovation. The debuts of Martine Rose and Dunhill add another layer of excitement, bringing fresh perspectives and new energy to Milan's fashion scene.

The digital realm also continues to expand its influence with the Chinese brand Valleyouth making its debut on the digital calendar. It's fascinating to see how digital presentations are becoming an integral part of Fashion Week, offering a new dimension to the traditional runway show.

For me, one of the most thrilling aspects of this Fashion Week is witnessing the debut of several new brands on the presentations calendar. From A-COLD-WALL's avant-garde designs to David Koma's first men's collection, each brings a unique story and aesthetic. It's like discovering hidden gems that will soon shine brightly in the fashion world.

This year also marks significant milestones for some of fashion's most revered names. Canali celebrates 90 years of sartorial excellence, while MSGM marks its 15th anniversary with a co-ed show. These anniversaries are celebrations of longevity and the innovation and resilience that these brands embody.

Collaborations, like the one between Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana and the Copenhagen International Fashion Fair, highlight the global interconnectedness of the fashion industry. It's a reminder that fashion knows no borders – it's a universal language of creativity and expression. 

As I navigate through the myriad of shows, presentations, and events, I'm reminded of the sheer scale and impact of Milan Fashion Week. The city's streets, venues, and even its billboards come alive with fashion, making it an immersive experience for everyone involved. The support from various partners and the seamless organization ensure that each show is not just an event but an experience to remember.

Milano Fashion Week Men's Collection Spring/Summer 2025 is not just about the latest trends or the most talked-about designers. It's about celebrating the heart and soul of fashion – the creativity, the passion, and the relentless pursuit of innovation. As a reporter, I feel privileged to witness this spectacle unfold and share the stories that make this Fashion Week truly unforgettable.


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