Milan Fashion Week served as proof that fashion doesn't exist in a vacuum. Milan Fashion Week schedule, calendar of upcoming events, replay videos, dates, VR experiences, shopping, live streams, and more, from Fashion Week Online®. The event will shine a spotlight on the work of five talents discovered by Afro Fashion Week founder Michelle Ngonmo. As Milan Fashion Week gets underway, Italy’s Fashion Council, Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana (CNMI) on Sunday will present We are Made in Italy, a collaboration with Black Lives Matter in Italian Fashion Collective. Milano Digital Fashion Week . The initiative takes its cue from the 1st Designer’s Week Milano organized by Interni in 1990, the year in which for organizational reasons the Salone del Mobile could not be held. Black designers presented collections at Milan's fashion week in a show aimed at raising awareness of the lack of diversity in the industry. Spring/Summer 2019 15th-15th June 2018. The seven designers and brands that will digitally take part in Milan Fashion Week are: Azzi & Osta, Boyfriend the Brand, Emergency Room, Hussein Bazaza, L’Atelier Nawbar and Roni Helou. Fall/Winter 2018/19 12th-15th January 2018. Conversations around gender fluidity and sexual violence, as well as the spread of the novel coronavirus, were unavoidable. The designer duo debuted at Milan Fashion Week in 1985 with a striking ‘Sicilian widow’ collection, and over the years we have seen collections that channel different narratives and characters of the Mediterranean: slick pinstripe mobster suits, bombastic Baroque evening wear, gauche Neapolitan streetwear or romantic fairytale gowns. Fall/Winter 2019/20 11th-14th January 2019. Fall/Winter 2019/20 10th-14th January 2020. Spring/Summer 2020 14th-17th June 2019. That year, Interni and coordinated the initiatives of about 100 showrooms and galleries of the world of design, laying the groundwork for what was to become the FuoriSalone. 14-17 July. Men's collection and Men's - Women's pre-collection Spring/Summer 2021. In support of Lebanese designers after the horrific explosions in Beirut over the summer, Milan Fashion Week put together a digital presentation platform so that Emergency Room Beirut, Azzi & Osta, Hussein Bazaza, Boyfriend the Brand, L'Atelier Nawbar, and Roni Helou could showcase their work.