The programme for the Milan Fashion Week, scheduled from February 18 to 24, features a wealth of new talent, notably from China, Hungary and Africa, plus Emilio Pucci’s catwalk come-back and a host of other events.
In a fast-changing fashion landscape, where content is consumed with incredible velocity on social media, FashionNetwork.com takes a moment to appreciate the ingenuity and flair of Portugal’s most talented designers.
The womenswear collections for next summer presented in New York, London, Milan and Paris showcased 10 main trends, marking a return to a pared-down fashion, though one veined with a yearning for exuberance.
The womenswear label, which usually shows in London, made its Milan debut with a commendable collection that was both dapper and delicate, introducing a new line of bags as well as the brand's first menswear pieces.
Milan Fashion Week starts on Tuesday 17 with an exciting calendar featuring new names like Boss and Peter Pilotto; a host of Chinese designers and emerging talent; and Italy’s leading labels, except for Roberto Cavalli.
The market has evolved greatly in recent years, transforming the design process and the way fashion start-ups are created. FashionNetwork.com looks at the advantages emerging designers have, and the hurdles they face.