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Made in Italy: A Look Into Milan’s Fashion District

Saturday, January 11th, 2014

There’s nothing quite like Milan in Italy to experience the best in fashion. Milan’s fashion district offers everyone the opportunity to see beautiful ladies dressed in Armani or Versace and gentlemen sporting well-tailored cashmere suits. When you stay in fantastic boutique hotels in Milan, Italy do get out and about to enjoy a completely different way of life.

Milan fashion district(photo by: Carmen Rodriguez)

What’s trendy in Milan?

International fashion brands can be found in the streets of Via Torino and Corso Buenos Aires with chain stores such as Intimissimi and Nara Camicie. Sit in one of the trendy bars or cafes and watch fashionistas either window shopping or buying some of Italy’s well-known labels.

Let yourself go in Italy

Once you’ve decided to visit Italy you may be surprised at how easily you can let yourself go. Treat yourself to an amazing outfit designed by one of Milan’s top creators. Why not take a tour around Milan accompanied by an experienced guide who will show you many out-of-this-world stores where you can do some serious shopping. After a well-deserved retail therapy day, pamper yourself in a beauty centre or have a flutter in the Gran Casino Admiral.

A world of great fashion

Walking around the beautiful city of Milan will open your eyes. It’s home to fashion designers like Valentino, Gianfranco Ferrè, Krizia, Moschino and of course Miuccia Prada. Many fashion houses are based here such as Miu Miu, Missoni, Etro and Trussardi. With so many labels to choose from think about staying in one of the boutique hotels in Milan, Italy for your next holiday.

Enjoy Milan

With an endless list of amazing fashion stores, labels and brands, Milan offers the discerning traveller the best. The Via Manzoni is home to Versace while the quieter street of Via della Spiga houses the world famous Dolce & Gabbana store. The Bar Martini is a definite must-visit. It can be found inside Dolce Gabbana and has a completely black interior broken up by a bright red dragon painted on the floor. Whatever you do, don’t miss it!


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Venere Travel Blog writer anna lia gerardi

I love travelling and writing about my experiences. From my early years I have kept a passion for different cultures and habits and for languages. I speak Italian and Spanish fluently, alongside my native English, and after many years of roaming around I have established myself in beautiful Rome. Google+

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