Shopping in Milan

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From designer boutiques to handmade jewelry, vintage road signs to modern tableware, the best shopping in Milan is abundant and hard to pass up. Ther... Read More

From designer boutiques to handmade jewelry, vintage road signs to modern tableware, the best shopping in Milan is abundant and hard to pass up. There is a reason that it's one of the fashion and design capitals of the world. You've been warned.

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  • 10 Corso Como

    Milan's temple of high fashion since 1991 has few equals anywhere in the world. The all-encompassing approach of the lifestyle store includes fashion,... Read More

  • Armani Superstore

    Italian fashion designer Giorgio Armani's flagship store in Milan covers 8,000 square feet and offers a range of its namesake's style, with areas... Read More

  • Ballin

    Family-owned for the past 70 years, Ballin offers stylish handmade women's shoes and accessories. Research into materials, attention to detail, and a... Read More

  • Brian & Barry

    This gastronomic heaven offers 12 floors of food and multi-brand fashion located in trendy San Babila. Terrazza 12 on the top floor offers signature... Read More

  • De Padova

    Since the 1950's, family-owned De Padova has been exposing Milan (and the world) to the latest trends in home- and office-furniture. Their list of... Read More

  • Dolce & Gabbana Men's Store

    While the Italian designers' modern update of Sicilian-inspired women's items are divided among three stores around the corner on via Della Spiga, the... Read More

  • Eataly

    Italians are passionate about their food, and the folks at Eataly are perhaps more passionate than most. At the Milanese branch of the foodie megastore... Read More

  • Ferrari

    Maybe you won't be going home with one of the famous race cars, but you can get a little of the Ferrari attitude at this three-level store: The firm's... Read More

  • Full

    A small, well-edited store that combines contemporary men's fashion and design in a friendly environment. International labels such as Hankjobenhavn... Read More

  • Il Cirmolo Antiquariato

    For lovers of vintage furniture and objects, Il Cirmolo is a must-see. Focusing on a few diverse categories, including 18th and 19th century country... Read More

  • Kartell

    One of the leading Italian design companies since 1949, Kartell creates furniture, furnishings, lighting, and home accessories made out of sensual and... Read More

  • Moroni Gomma

    Over three floors right in the middle of Milan, Moroni Gomma sells design objects, housewares, gadgets, and gifts, all chosen for their originality:... Read More

  • Nilufar

    Gallery founder Nina Yashar established Nilufar in 1979 to bring precious ancient carpets to Milan. Gradually the scope widened, and she became one of... Read More

  • Peck

    Since 1883, Peck has been a gourmand's paradise. Prepared foods like exquisite pâtés, lobster Bellevue, roasts, salads, and hand-made pasta are... Read More

  • Prada

    Prada started in Milan in 1913, and the original store can be found in the recently refurbished Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II and features the brand's... Read More

  • Rizzoli

    Situated in the elegantly refurbished Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, Rizzoli has been a reference point for book lovers since 1949. Three floors of... Read More

  • Rossana Orlandi

    Tucked away behind San Vittore prison, Rossana Orlandi is a multifunctional space that combines a showroom, a retail store, offices, and a courtyard for... Read More

  • Tortatelier

    Tortatelier opened in 2013 by two friends, Albertina and Nina, who changed careers to focus on their passion: exquisite made-to-order cakes and small... Read More

  • Versace

    After a few fallow years following namesake designer Gianni's death in 1997, Versace is back with a vengeance. Fabrics ranging from silk to techno... Read More

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