MFW February 2023

"Fall Winter 2023-2024 MFW/Milan Fashion Week

Milano Fashion Week February 2023

From 21 to 27 February Milan hosted the second annual edition of its Fashion Week, dedicated to the autumn/winter 2023-24 women’s collections, following , a usual, New York and London during the fashion month, the month dedicated to the presentation of the new collections.
The calendar was packed with events. There were 165 appointments reported in the calendar of the Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana: 59 fashion shows, of which 54 physical and 5 digital, 70 presentations, 7 by appointment and 29 events.
February 2023 Fashion Week gave unforgettable moments and attracted thousands of people, including insiders, names in the fashion system and well-known faces of international showbiz, taking the protagonists out of the world of the catwalks, onto the streets of the city.
Mass of crowds for Kim Kardashian who greeted fans in Piazza Duomo before entering the exclusive party of Dolce & Gabbana, the brand of which she is muse and testimonial. Milan also received visits from Dua Lipa and Uma Thurman.
In this “ Fashion Week “”Fall Winter 2023-2024 “ I could just participate in the “other show“, outside in the street of only four brands: “Dolce & Gabbana“, “Missoni“ “Luisa Spagnoli “  and  “Armani “.
In this photo gallery and in the video of my Youtube channel you see Bianca Balti , Melissa Satta , the Suzuki sisters, Valentina Ferragni, Melisa Sadyk, Angela Caloisi, Clizia Incorvaia, Anastasiya Taran, Paola Turani , Martina Strasser , Emily Sidnei,Emma Marrone and Francesca Chillemi.
Every well-dressed fashion week attendee who’s been dashing around Milan for the last week may have already packed up their belongings and jet off to Paris, but one thing’s for sure: they’re still very much thinking about everything they just witnessed in the Italian fashion capital, and they’re not stopping anytime soon. That’s because, despite the fact that Paris is the most lauded of the fashion month destinations, it’s Milan that, in the eyes of many, hosts today’s most anticipated shows.
Maximilian Davis’s Ferragamo, Matthieu Blazy’s Bottega Veneta, Miuccia Prada and Raf Simons’s Prada, Luke and Lucie Meier’s Jil Sander—the designers who had a time slot during Milan Fashion Week this season are the ones defining style in 2023.

Pablo Munini  © Milano , February 2023

Video on Pablo Munini Youtube’s channel

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