By  on February 20, 2019

MILAN — Keep calm and wave the “Made in Italy” flag, along the way carefully balancing markets and product categories to deflect potential slowdowns as they come.

This appears to be the mantra of luxury brand executives here as they try to look past gloomy forecasts ahead of Milan Fashion Week, which officially runs from today to Feb. 24, but kicked off Tuesday with United Colors of Benetton’s first runway show, under the creative direction of Jean-Charles de Castelbajac.

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