Can't Make It To Milan Fashion Week? Just Watch The Live Streams Instead.

February 23, 2014 by Sara Alderman
shefinds | Style

We made it through New York and London Fashion Weeks, so now it’s off to Milan! I feel like the Italian city must get middle child syndrome. Everyone gets excited for New York since it’s first, then London always has something totally cray–like Tom Ford‘s “I don’t pop molly, I rock Tom Ford” jerseys, and Paris is, well Paris. But the live stream schedule for this year’s Milan Fashion Week is actually pretty stellar. We usually don’t get to tune in to the top designer’s shows, but not in Milan! Get ready to watch Gucci, Fendi and Prada LIVE. You might have to wake up at the crack of dawn but hey, that’s fashion for ya.

Here’s the complete list of all the shows live streaming at LFW:

Monday, February 24th

3:30AM EST- Dsquared2

7:30AM EST- New Upcoming Designers

8:30AM EST- Heohwan Simulation

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Sara Alderman has covered topics from fashion to beauty and beyond.

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