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Gucci Announces First Runway Show After Alessandro Michele's Departure

The house will be opening Milan Fashion Week Men’s in January.

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UPDATE (December 15, 2022): Gucci will be opening Milan Fashion Week Men’s this coming January, marking its first standalone menswear collection in three years, and also its first runway ever since Alessandro Michele‘s unexpected departure last month. Scheduled for January 13, 2023 at 2 p.m. CET (8 a.m. EST), the show will be one of 72 events throughout the week, with other brands on the calendar including JW Anderson, 1017 ALYX 9SM, Prada and Zegna.


ORIGINAL STORY (October 25, 2022): Alessandro Michele has decided to return to the Men’s Fashion Week calendar. Gucci shared in an announcement that it is moving away from its coed runway shows, separating women’s and men’s collections for future seasons.

Gucci will be joining the Milan Fashion Week Men’s calendar, which is scheduled from January 13 to 17, 2023. Gucci’s president and chief executive officer Marco Bizzarri said at the recent Milano Global Fashion Summit, “We have stuck to two displays per year but together with Alessandro [Michele] we decided to put a stronger emphasis on menswear, after holding coed shows for several seasons.” The separation of shows was first announced back in 2019 but had been put on hold due to COVID-19 restrictions.

Michele transitioned into the coed format in 2017 and has been showcasing combined collections since. The latest move follows the industry trend of moving back into menswear shows as seen from brands like Givenchy and Versace.

Stay tuned as we learn more about Gucci’s upcoming menswear showcase at Miln Fashion Week Men’s.

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