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05 Feb Milan Fashion Week Guide February 2019

Milan Fashion Week Guide 2019

Beginning:  Tuesday 19th February
End:  Monday 25th February

From Gucci to Versace, this year the Milan fashion week is set to be full of bold style and glamour. As the collections hit the runway we have brought you the top events, dates for your diary, and all the know-how for the most anticipated fashion event of 2019. Here is our Milan Fashion Week guide for February 2019.

Fall and winter collections 2019

Back in September, Milan Fashion Week (MFW) brought us bright and vibrant colours matched by surfer styles and beach looks. Marni gave the audience stunning white dresses mixed with red printed gowns, and Etro’s new spring collection got us buzzing with excitement with powerful patterns and contrasting colours. Whether you admired it from the front rows or the post-runway shots, the designers produced an impressive range of outfits. The September fashion week did not disappoint and with natural make-up and slicked back hair, this spring and summer are all set to be fabulous ones.

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So, what can we expect for the upcoming fall and winter collections for 2019? Taking place from the 19th February to the 25th February 2019, this week will be a collective of autumn and winter styles that will be everywhere in 2019. Vibrant colours, deep purples, and natural make up for winter 2019? We will have to wait, but in the meantime, here are the things you need to know to get the most out of MFW.

Dates for your diary

 

For a full list of events and schedule see here.

Alberto Zambelli is set to kick off Milan Fashion Week at 10.00am on February 20th, followed by Ricostru.  Finishing at 20.00, this day features well-known designers such as Gucci and Moncler.

The 21st will bring to the stage Max Mara, Vivetta and, our personal favourite, the styles of Moschino; renowned for their impressive vibrant and iconic outfits we are waiting with bated breath as to what their collections may showcase.

From Roberto Cavalli to Antonio Marras, the weekend is potentially going to be the busiest time of the Fashion Week with the Giorgio Armani show being featured at 20.00 on Saturday. This is a designer we personally love this year.

model on runway

Angel Chen starts the Sunday off followed by Stella Jean and ending with Atsushi Nakashima. Ending at 18.00 this day will be vibrant with contemporary touches. With Stella Jean currently featuring collections of light colours, blues and whites, and patterned materials and Atsushi Nakashima focusing on modern geometrics it will be interesting to see where they take their new collections for fall and winter 2019.

The Monday starts at 9.30, and so far the two designers unveiled for the Monday include Ultrachic and Alexandra Moura. Keep an eye on the schedule as more are added to this list.

When in Milan: A between the shows guide

Milan is home to unforgettable days out, chic cafes, and beautiful boutiques. During Milan Fashion Week, this city becomes a bustling hub of grandeur, gourmet, and luxury. A hub of international attendees, the combination of culture and tourism comes into full swing.

Despite open-to-the-public shows being hard to come by in Milan Fashion Week and Industry shows being the place to be, you can still follow all the action and visit during this time.

So, whilst staying in Milan at this time and with evenings and days in this magnificent city, why not head out and see all the places your favourite designers have come to know and love.

Sforza Castle is a mixture of elegance and majestic architecture. Built in the 15th Century this enormous fortress is now home to several museums and art galleries. In the summer months up until the end of October the castle opens up secret trails and visitors can wander these undisclosed paths in the evenings around the grounds.

 

sforza castle

 

If you fancy shopping in luxury to get your own styles and inspiration from the Fashion Shows then head to Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, this four-storey arcade housed within a glass dome and detailed brickwork is the oldest active shopping centre in Italy. A landmark and iconic structure this arcade is just as luxurious as the shops within its walls.

If your interest in the evenings lies in the ballet or the opera then Teatro alla Scala is where you should be. La Scala is the most famous opera house in the world, and even if you are not familiar with the opera industry you may have still heard the name. Not only is this an incredible building but shows are held regularly and area once in a lifetime event to behold under this roof.

Although during Milan’s fashion week prices are normally heightened, there are still free things you can visit for great days out and pictures you will remember for a long time to come. To find out what attractions are free in this marvellous city then head to our 8 Free Things To Do in Milan.

Our Favourite Serviced Apartments in Milan

Citybase Apartments provide serviced apartments in Milan. This type of accommodation offers you more space, flexibility, and privacy with your stay. Fully equipped kitchens and separate bedrooms allow you to live like a local in Milan with the option of cooking up your favourite Italian cuisines in the comfort of your own space.

Romagnosi Milan Apartments

serviced apartmentThese serviced apartments offer one to three bed accommodation in the heart of Milan. You will have access to shops, restaurants, and supermarkets on your doorstep. Less than a 10 minute walk away you can find Sforza Castle, the Milan Aquarium, and the beautiful grounds and gardens that surround the castle.

Aida Apartment

Milan Aida

Situated in central Milan, Aida Apartment is a well-presented and stylish one bedroom serviced apartment just steps from the metro and tram stations that will get you where you need to be for Milan Fashion Week.

Turati Apartment

milan apartmentTurati Apartment is within a 10 minute walk of Milan Natural History Museum, the Palazzo Dugnani, and Sforza Castle. Just a 12 minute walk will get you into the city centre and the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. This one bedroom apartment provides a comfortable double bed and basic kitchenette.

Ciovasso Apartment

apartment in milanWithin a five minute walk to Sforza Castle, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, and numerous restaurants, this two bedroom apartment provides accommodation within easy reach of attractions. Ciovasso Apartment is furnished with two double bedrooms and a fully equipped kitchen.

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