Milano Fashion Week Women’s, September 2022

A shot during the September 2021 edition of Milano Moda Donna
A shot during the September 2021 edition of Milano Moda Donna

Date

20 Sep, 2022 - 26 Sep, 2022


Time

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Location
Different locations in Milano

Categories


About the Theatre

Top trends for female fashion make their comeback to Milan for Milan Women’s Fashion Week, September 2022 (Milano Moda Donna). Considered one of the leading events in the world of fashion – together with New York, Paris and London fashion weeks – Milan’s Fashion Week is a widespread event revolving around different locations in the city where new trends in pret-a-porter and accessories for Spring/Summer 2023 take centre stage. During the September edition of the event, over 170 events among runways, special events, presentations, previews and side events animate various locations in Milan.

This edition of fashion week sees 67 fashion shows on the calendar, including 61 physical and 6 digital. New additions to this edition include the return to the calendar of Salvatore Ferragamo, Boss, Antonio Marras, Vivetta, Moncler and Anteprima, which will celebrate their 70th and 30th anniversaries, respectively.

Where can I buy tickets for the fashion shows?

If you are wishing to enjoy the most exlusive catwalks of the Milan Fashion Week, like the parades from Giorgio Armani, Prada, Gucci and more, please note that tickets for the shows do not exist. As the event is reserved to professionals in the fashion sector and press members, access to the parades is subject to invitation. however, especially if you are a fan of celebrity-spotting, you can wait outside the featured venues to get your chance to take a picture with your favourite VIP, supermodel or designer.

Tickets and Information

Access to the events is upon invitation only.

Find the complete calendar of the fashion shows on: www.cameramoda.it

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