Giorgio Armani cancels men’s shows in Milan and Paris due to Covid-19.


While men’s fashion week in Paris and Milan is still scheduled to continue, concerns about the rising rate of COVID-19 infections have led some brands to decide whether or not to participate. Announced for the media, Giorgio Armani has canceled the upcoming Emporio Armani and Giorgio Armani men’s shows and the Giorgio Armani Privé Haute Couture show, scheduled for later this month. The luxury brand was scheduled to showcase its Emporio Armani and Giorgio Armani AW22 / 23 men’s collections in Milan on January 14-18. Along with her Prive haute couture show in Paris on January 24-27. Both have now been canceled due to the rise of COVID-19 infections in Europe.

In a statement, The Armani Group said: “This decision was taken with great regret and after careful reflection in light of the deteriorating epidemiological situation. As the stylist has expressed in many cases, performances are crucial and irreplaceable cases, but health and the safety of employees and the public must once again be a priority.”

Men’s Fashion Week and the Prive Haute Couture show in Paris plan to welcome brands including Louis Vuitton, Dior, Loewe and Hermes. Paco Rabanne and Alaia will also unveil their ready-made women’s clothing collections in Paris on January 23rd.


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