Peter Dundas for Roberto CavalliEarlier this year it was announced that Peter Dundas would take over Roberto Cavalli’s spot, as the company’s Creative Director. Though Dundas x Roberto Cavalli were absent from the men’s fashion week calendar this past June, the Norwegian-American will finally make his grand debut this Saturday, cheered on by Cavalli campaign girl Ciara in the front row.See also: Design weeks to attend in 2016
Emilio Pucci by Massimo GiorgiettiWhen Dundas left Emilio Pucci for the Cavalli gig, it took MSGM founder Massimo Giorgetti’s career to new heights, as he was appointed Creative Director of the Florentine maison. Back in June, Giorgietti gave us a taste of what to expect from his version of Pucci, in a capsule collection titled “The Pilot Episode”, presented at Pitti Immagine Uomo. This fashion week however, he’ll give us the real deal. Whether it will be similar to the sexy Emilio Pucci glamour we’ve become accustomed to over the years – or if he’ll revamp the brand in a way Alessandro Michele did at Gucci – is the million dollar question.
Moschino’s latest movesJeremy Scott’s tongue-in-cheek ways with the Moschino brand, have turned the womenswear show into the must-attend of Milan’s fashion calendar. In the season that followed, he turned the catwalk into his very own Barbie world, creating a collective desire for bright pink and big hair. In his most recent collection, which was sent down the runway in February, he made Looney Tunes-plastered shirts and accessories the new black. Perhaps that a superheroes theme for spring/summer 2016 would be too easy, nonetheless it shall be revealed September 24th what the US designer has up his sleeves.
Armani’s protégéThere’s only one Armani, but every season “il re della moda” introduces the media at large to a new designer, by offering an emerging name a one of a kind platform: a fashion show inside the Armani headquarters on Via Bergognone. This season, Milan-based Israeli Daizy Shely is the chosen one, following in the footsteps of designers including Stella Jean and Andrea Pompilio.
Istituto Marangoni turns 80Established in Milan in the the year 1935, Istituto Marangoni is currently made up of five branches across Milan, Paris, London and Shanghai. Franco Moschino is amongst the best-known alumni of the institute, and Dolce & Gabbana half Domenico Dolce also attended the renowned fashion school prior to dropping out. This year marks Marangoni’s 80-year anniversary, which will be celebrated with a fashion show themed “Womenswear Warrior”, featuring the designs of recent graduates. Though Milan fashion week’s official dates are from September 23rd till September 28th, this event which takes place in the evening of the 22nd, has managed to sneak onto the official calendar.
Keep updated with My Design Agenda Spring/Summer 2016 News!Source: Milan Design Agenda