Every fashionista is sat on the edge of their seat in anticipation as the month of fashion approaches. The month starts in the beautiful city of New York for the New York Fashion Week, before heading over to the lively city of London for the London Fashion Week, then onto the captivating city of Milan for the Milan Fashion Week, and ends in the breathtaking city of Paris for the Paris Fashion Week.
The 6th of September marks the beginning of the fashion month, and it is expected that the designers are tweaking and perfecting their works of art. Giorgio Armani said it best when he said, “to create something exceptional, your mindset must be relentlessly focused on the smallest detail.”
As these incredible cities near their time to shine, curiosity does begin to build as well. How is it that these four cities became part of the Big 4?
Milan’s first fashion week was established in 1958, making it the second oldest fashion week of the four. The event is partially organized by the “National Chamber for Italian Fashion” [Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana]. This is a non-profit organization that works to coordinate and promote Italian fashion. The same organization takes on the responsibility to organize fashion shows and fashion events in Milan.
This is probably how Milan earned the title of Fashion Capital of the World. If you want to know what the upcoming fashion trends are, then all you’ll have to do is walk down the streets of Milan. Here’s what the Milan Fashion Week schedule looks like according to the Milano Moda Donna Website:
Wednesday, the 19th of September
Thursday, the 20th of September
Tiziano Guardini [Presented by Mercedes-Benz]
Friday, the 21st of September
Marco De Vincenzo
Saturday, the 22nd of September
Francesca Liberatore [Supported by CNMI]
Monday, the 24th of September
Ultràchic [Supported by CNMI]
Chika Kisada [Supported by CNMI]
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Milan Fashion Week, Taxing Options
Milan has many options that travelers can taxi into, like Milan Linate Airport [IATA: LIN, ICAO: LIML]. This airport is Milan’s 3rd international airport and served around 9,690,000 passengers in 2015. This airport operates 24 hours a day. However, the FBO and handling agents only run from 7:00 A.M to 10:00 P.M.
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