By  on September 5, 2019

MILAN — “Well, invites were sent to the old government, now we will send them again to the new one, even though some names haven’t changed,” quipped Camera Nazionale della Moda’s president Carlo Capasa at the press conference about Milan Fashion Week held here on Thursday.

Originally intended to illustrate the schedule and the details of the upcoming fashion event, running Sept. 17 to 23, the conference turned out to reference Italy’s current political situation multiple times.

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