During Milan Fashion Week, arrive in Milan models of the moment, Emily Ratajkowski and Gigi Hadid. Today 22nd February, to open the Milan Fashion Week there are Gucci, Alberta Ferretti and Francesco Scognamiglio. Between 22nd and 27th February Milan will host a long calendar of events, fashion, show, presentations, cocktail party and a grand dance in evening dress. Will be presented the autumn – winter collections of 2017. On stage 70 fashion shows, 88 presentations, four presentations by appointment and 37 events in the calendar, for a total of 174 collections.
Yesterday, Emily Tatajkowski signed autographs at Twinset in via Manzoni 34, brand of which is testimonial. The same will happend in the morning of 24th February with the model Gigi Hadid at La Rinascente.
This year, the National House of Italian Fashion promote a charitable activities providing invitations for the parades of Moschino, Aquilano Rimondi, Fay, Alberta Ferretti. Preview, Cividini, leitmotif, Etro, Trussardi, Byblos and Genny to raise money for Operation Smile Italy Onlus Foundation, an institution that supports the poor children who need plastic surgery for severe malformations.
This year will be the season of glasses, thanks to concomitance with Mido, the most important exhibition dedicated to the world of glasses. Among those who will launch new lines of glasses, include Valentino, Gucci and Montcler.
In these days will be opened so many new pop up store, including the temporary store of the Italian-Brazilian designer Paula Cademartori which will open in Piazza San Babila. In Piazza Duomo there will be the parade of Gucci, a celebration in memory of Franca Sozzani, editor of Vogue Italy.
News in this edition, the space at the Cavallerizze at the National Museum of Sciencec and Technology like a location for the shows. Thanks to MilanoCard, you can also visit the Museum at a discounted price. Click here for more information.
The Restoration Club of Poldi Pezzoli Museum organizes an exhibition in memory of Marta Marzotto, “The Italian jewel of the twentieth century”, in via Manzoni 12, open to the public. Thanks to MilanoCard you can visit he whole museum at a reduced price or for free, for more information click here.