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Milan Fashion Week Announces SS21 Men's Schedule

Prada, Gucci and more will show collections digitally due to COVID-19.

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The governing body for Italy’s fashion industry, Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana, has announced the schedule for Milan Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2021 Men’s, set to take place digitally due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Running from July 14 through 17, the schedule includes mainstays including Gucci (showing Cruise 2021), Prada and Missoni. Marni, Fendi and Giorgio Armani are noticeably absent, however.

The decision to go digital with Milan Fashion Week’s upcoming season follows the lead of London Fashion Week, which presented both men’s and women’s SS21 collections in a single, comprehensive week of virtual shows.

Stay tuned for word on whether Milan Fashion Week will present SS21 womenswear collections in-person or online and head to the Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana website to view the full SS21 Men’s schedule.

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