Milan is the Italian capital of fashion: in the city you can find many boutiques and shops famous all over the world, concentrated in some iconic streets known as “Quadrilatero della moda” (Fashion square) formed by Via della Spiga, Via Monte Napoleone, Corso Venezia and Via Manzoni. Milan is one of the so-called “big four”, the four most important fashion cities, together with Paris, London and New York. In this article, you will find information about the Milano Fashion week and how to easily reach its main events with Milan public transport.
Milano Fashion Week takes place twice a year: during autumn/winter and during spring/summer. This year, the spring/summer fashion week will take place from the 20 until the 26th of September. During Milan Fashion Week there are many fashion shows and glamorous events all over the city. Thanks to Milan public transport they are very easy to reach.
Milano Fashion Week is partially organized by Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana (The National Chamber for Italian Fashion), a non-profit association.
The fashion shows take place in different location of the city, all easily accessible with Milan public transport. One of the most important location is a multifunctional area of about 1,800 square meters called Le Cavallerizze. Le Cavallerizze is near Milan’s city center.
You can reach Le Cavallerizze easily with Milan public transport:
M2 (Green line): Sant’Ambrogio stop
M1 (Red line): Cadorna stop
Line 2: Corso Genova Via Sapeto stop
Line 14: Corso Genova Via Sapeto stop
Line 19: Largo D’Ancona stop
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