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Men's fashion weeks debut tomorrow

All the news of this edition

Men's fashion weeks debut tomorrow All the news of this edition

The first week of men's fashion of the season debuts tomorrow in London. The news will be many: Anthony Vaccarello will not show Saint Laurent’s man, Moschino will leave Milan to fly to LA, while CavalliCostume NationalN°21 and Ermanno Scervino will not present their collections.

If the fashion giants desert the traditional calendar, the attention shifts to the new promises: Demna GvasaliaGosha RubchinskiyFausto PuglisiWales Bonner.

What will happen during the next men’s fashion weeks?

Here are all the news:


#1 Demna Gvasalia and his first male show for Balenciaga

Everyone loves him and waits to attend his show for Balenciaga, the first the brand dedicates to men’s wear since 1919. Appointment on June 22 in Paris to know if it will be a success as the women’s one.


#2 Raf Simons as Pitti Uomo’s guest

This season Raf Simons leaves Paris and chooses Florence to present his SS17 men's collection, on June 16th at 8.30 pm, with a special project during the 90th edition of Pitti Uomo.


#3 Gosha Rubchinskiy’s Italian debut

The Russian designer, for the first time in Italy, will present in Florence his SS17 men's collection along with a photography project based on his two books, Youth Hotel and Transfiguration Book, on Wednesday June 15.


#4 Fausto Puglisi men’s wear debut

Man as a Greek and Mediterranean myth. This will be the theme of the first men’s collection Fausto Puglisi will launch at Pitti Uomo. In Florence he will also present his Women’s Cruise 2017 on June 15.


#5 Grace Wales Bonner solo show

Wales Bonner is another much talked about designer in recent times, thanks to his successful debut at the MAN event at LCM last year that allowed him to get the nomination for the LVMH Prize. Now everyone is wondering if HE will be able to keep the promises with his first solo show.


#6 Craig Green: more money, more creativity?


In 2015 Craig Green was included among the 500 most influential people in the fashion industry, while in 2016 he won the BFC Designer Menswear Fund, receiving a prize of £ 150,000 to spend on his next collections. The question now is: more money means more creativity? The answer on June 10.