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Every fashion month is one to remember with so many designers creating boundary pushing collections that so many will travel half way around the world to experience. Collections brought to life by new designers, established fashion houses and everything in-between - all culminating in a snapshot runway show broadcast to the world. 

Every season amongst both the expected and the unexpected comes the eagerly anticipated and this September for the Spring Summer '24 season there are 4 shows not to be missed. 

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In Milan this season Bally will once again be showcasing their newest collection - the big difference? It will be the first collection as deigned by Simone Bellotti since he was named as design director earlier this year after. Simone has already been working with the Swiss brand in a different role for just under a year but is stepping into the space left by Rhuigi Villaseñor after his May departure. 


If the name Simone Bellotti is ringing bells for you that's because he has a number of design roles under his stylish belt with previous long term stints at Gucci, Dolce & Gabbana and Bottega Veneta to name a few. 


The 23rd September can't come soon enough. 


Things look a little different for Coach this upcoming season in New York and that's not because of change but because of a big celebration to be held. The Spring Summer '24 showing this September marks the 10th anniversary of Stuart Vevers appointment as the Creative Director of the brand. 


After previous stints with Loewe and Mulberry, in June 2013 Stuart started his now decade long tenure at Coach, relvitalising the brand and even winning accessory designer of the year for his work. The brand will be hosting the unveiling of their collection this year as the first show on the New York calendar.  


Mark the 7th September for a show to remember. 


September in Milan this season will mark the start of a new era for Moschino after March marked the end of one of the most iconic tenures in fashion history. The Italian brand showcased the last collection designed by the one and only Jeremy Scott and this September, with no new creative director at the helm, the brand have chosen to celebrate their 40th anniversary in style. 


4 designers who are stylish friends of the brand, will be showing 10 pieces each culminating in a 40 piece collection, inspired by the roots of the brand. Each of the 10 silhouettes will pay homage to Franco Moschino and the brands individualism in the fashion space. 


The 21st September will be the brands runway date. 

The Attico

Milan will surely be a memorable week to remember this September and not only because of so many celebratory moments combined with new takes on established brands but because there's also newness in the mix too. The Attico, created in 2016 in the heart of Milan and focusing on streetwear with a glam twist, will be hosting its first ever runway show. 


For many the show can't come soon enough as the brand has established itself over the last few years as the brand to know and the brand to be seen in. The unique designs are immediately recognisable even after such a short time in the fashion sphere so the upcoming collection is sure to be one to remember. 


The 23rd September will mark their debut show. 


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