Accredited journalists and bloggers at Milano Moda Donna will be able to use the Press Hub installed at Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana in Piazza Duomo, 31. Wi-Fi, computer stations, printers and phones will be available from 9 am to 7 pm, from September 19 to 24. Furthermore, accredited journalists can access the Vip Lounge at the Leonardo da Vinci National Science and Technology Museum. Accredited journalists can enjoy the catering in the The Vip Lounge area.
There will be a free shuttle service for the accredited press and buyers to enable them to move from one show to another with ease. Shuttles will be available for the entire duration of the Milano Moda Donna, leaving every morning at 9.00 from Piazza Duomo (Piazza dei Mercanti). At the end of each show, minibuses will be waiting outside each location to take journalists and buyers to the next one. Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana hostesses and stewards will be on site to ensure punctual and efficient service. The itinerary is tied to the show calendar and the service ends with the last show of the each day.
Mercedes-Benz courtesy car
Thanks to the partnership with Mercedes-Benz Italia, the Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana will be offering its guests an exclusive courtesy car service during the fashion week. The Star vehicles (branded with the CNMI logo) will be available for the entire duration of the Milano Moda Donna (Milan Wome's Fashion Week) from 9 am to 9 pm.
Once again Spazio Cavallerizze was the venue of Milano Moda Donna’s Fashion Hub (18th-24th September 2018), an integral part of the Leonardo da Vinci National Science and Technology Museum, result of an important work of conservation intervention and urban regeneration. With its fashion show room and a new press room, this dynamic facility hosted the collections of the emerging brands presented by Fashion Hub Market, now reaching its 7th edition.
Thanks to support from Milan’s city administration, Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana once again opened up the doors of the Sala delle Cariatidi (in Palazzo Reale) for fashion shows. This very special location features some forty 18th century sculptures depicting mythological figures.