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Next year, Milan Fashion Week will get one extra day

The new calendar will take effect starting in 2025

Next year, Milan Fashion Week will get one extra day The new calendar will take effect starting in 2025

In a historic move to harmonize the global fashion calendar, the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA), the Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana, the British Fashion Council, and the Fédération de la Haute Couture et de la Mode have announced a shift in dates for the 2025 fashion weeks, including significant changes to show dates and Pitti Immagine. The decision aims to streamline the industry's intense schedule of events and shows. Firstly, the changes will see Pitti Uomo move to new dates with the winter edition set for January 14 to 17, and the summer edition from June 17 to 20. Following this, Milan Men’s Fashion Week will be held from January 17 to 21 and from June 20 to 24, leading directly into Paris Men’s Fashion Week, which will take place from January 21 to 26 and from June 24 to 29. The shift aims to perfect the fashion month cycle for industry professionals who travel for entire weeks between these key fashion events. By avoiding overlaps, the new schedule should improve efficiency and reduce logistical challenges. The schedule for the remaining shows in 2024 will remain unchanged.

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In response to the new dates for men’s fashion weeks, Pitti Immagine has also revised the dates of its other fairs. Pitti Bimbo, focused on childrenswear collections, will be held from January 22 to 24 and from June 25 to 27. Meanwhile, Pitti Filati, which presents the latest innovations from yarn manufacturers, is scheduled for January 28 to 30 and from July 1 to 3. Raffaello Napoleone, CEO of Pitti Immagine, emphasized the strategic nature of this alignment. “The decision to postpone Pitti Uomo was made in agreement with the Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana. It ensures that the system of men’s fashion presentations remains consistent and compact in light of the repositioning of the main fashion weeks,” he stated. Napoleone also highlighted the economic benefits, particularly for non-European buyers and media, who will now experience fewer inefficiencies and conflicts. Regarding Milan, Carlo Capasa, president of CNMI, expressed his support for the decision, noting that the new schedule will grant Milan Fashion Week an additional day of women’s shows. Meanwhile, the schedule for destination shows remains unregulated, which is often the most problematic logistically and most subject to the singular discretion of brands.