Roberto Cavalli to host one-off co-ed show at Milan Fashion Week
For one time only
The next season of Milan Fashion Week will see some of fashion's top names host a series of co-ed shows for Fall/Winter '19. The line-up of brands currently includes Gucci, Bottega Veneta, Etro, Missoni, Jil Sander and Salvatore Ferragamo and now another Florentine maison has decided to head into the co-ed direction.
Roberto Cavalli will stage menswear and womenswear collections during Milan Fashion Week in February, for one season only. The one-off move away from traditionally showcasing menswear and womenswear collections separately has not been explained to the public however it will mark Paul Surridge's debut collection for men.
The British designer took over the helm at Roberto Cavalli earlier this year after Peter Dundas made his exit from the brand in 2016. The brand's recently showcased Spring/Summer '18 collection marked Surridge's debut.
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