London opens the catwalk season presenting men’s collections for next winter (only 3 days of shows instead of 4). the capital of england remains the birthplace of audacious fashion with its fair share of young and budding designers. following england, italy will take the reins with pitti uomo’s 95th salon (from the 8th to the 11th january) with more and more dedicated buyers as well as guests of honour including glenn martens for y/project and aldo maria camillo for the launch of his eponymous brand. next stop: milan, with anticipated shows such as prada, fendi, armani, dolce & gabbana and versace. we are eagerly awaiting bottega veneta’s new chapter after the arrival of daniel lee taking control of artistic direction who will present a mixed show in february.in paris: the biggest events to follow include berluti’s first collection by kris van assche as well as 2 much awaited collections by virgil abloh for louis vuitton men and by kim jones for dior men! note hedi slimane’s arrival on the men’s calendar for cèline.what will the man of 2019 look like? who is he? urban, millennial, no gender, mixing sportswear with tailoring that breaks the codes? admirer of exclusivity, colours and boldness?!!! answer in the next few weeks.