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Milan, Milan, Metropolitan City of Milan, Italy
Milan, Home of shopping. Stage of the largest international events associated with fashion, Milan welcomes any style, color and trend and understands clothing as an art, dedicating every corner of the city to it.
Shops and shops make its streets full of charm and tradition. For those who follow fashion, roaming through the streets of the Il Quadrilatero d’Oro, Golden Square in English, is Milan’s most famous shopping place. It covers four different streets such as via Montenapoleone, via Borgospesso, via Della Spiga and via Sant’ Andrea. This is Milan’s fashion district and one of the most up-market areas in the whole world
Fashion Week in Milan. Twice a year (January / February and June / September) Milan transforms itself into the largest stage of international fashion. Fashion Week is an opportunity to attend fashion shows and preview the new spring / summer and autumn / winter collections. The whole city is in turmoil: the streets of Milan are invaded by stylists, models, bloggers and fashion influencers who stand out from the crowd and show off looks specially designed for the occasion.
In September, in conjunction with the autumn appointment of the Fashion Week, the Vogue Fashion Night Out also takes place: for the occasion, hundreds of shops in the center of Milan extend their opening until late and host parties, DJ sets and special events.
This is a hi end fashion trip of 4 days and 3 nights that could includes also fashion shows / parties and also a professional book for your own benefit. 4 or 5 starts hotels and hi end restaurants.
The first day opens with Cova's fine espresso, the oldest café in the city, which now belongs to the luxury group LVMH, and attract the milanesi hi society during the day. From here you will set out to conquer the Golden Square, the most prestigious shopping area in Milan, where you will find one after another the most luxurious shops of the leading fashion houses in Italy and the world.
The Pucci fashion house will offer you champagne and macaroon cookies with spectacular kaleidoscopic prints, one of the hallmarks of the designer who has earned the nickname "Prince of Prints". The store staff will provide a taste of the exciting to bizarre life story of Emilio Pucci, who began his career as a designer of ski suits in the 1940s, and became the wardrobe king of the women ski club. At Bottega Veneta you will be impressed by the talent of the house designer Thomas Meyer, the elegant design of the first store of the fashion house, and also the dresses that Kendall Jenner especially loves. In both cases you will be invited to measure items as you wish.
We will Continue to the Vittorio Emanuel II Gallery, famous for its glass ceiling and mosaic floor, which hosted the first store opened by the Prada brothers. Here, too, the fashion house staff will cordially entertain you, provide details on every bag and shoe, and invite you to measure the iconic items that came out under the hands of Miuccia Prada. We will head to the hotel for a nice dinner and sleep.
The tour will focus on the Temple of Fashion in Milan, the Corso Como 10 concept space, which includes a luxurious show room with exceptional items by the best veteran and young designers, a huge bookstore, a gallery featuring photography and art exhibitions, a cafe in the patio garden, and even an exclusive boutique hotel It has only three suites, each of which has been designed with a different inspiration. Lunch followed by a tour of the cool Brerra district, between galleries and innovative design shops.
A day to respect the history and fashion tradition. We start with a meeting with Luca Rubinacci, a descendant of an elite tailoring family for men, the dresser of the upper class and a fashion icon in his own right, who will charismatically lead you between fancy suits and real boxer shorts, between the entrance to a store Match the garment to the exact measurements of the gentleman.
You will march to visit the largest fashion library in Europe, where you will find pretty much every fashion magazine that has ever come out - all neat, cataloged and ready to pull out and browse. Designers from all over Europe come here to remember the history of fashion and get inspired for the future.
Continue to the Armani Silos Museum, which displays the best items created by Giorgio Armani over a 40-year career, and from there to the canal district of Milan, Navili,(il Naviglio) where the city's bustling vintage scene is located. Here you will find rare vintage items from Mew Mew, Moschino, Prada, Valentino and others
Visit the design and art complex RO of design icon Rosanna Orlandi, and you will be impressed by the extraordinary works treasured in a rare space, where the exterior and interior mix with each other.
We will then reach the endless shopping street of Corso Buenos Aires for a shopping of more popular firms in the famous shopping complex where most of the fashion models of these brands lives.
From there we will continue to Vicolungo outlet, which is formed on the way to the airport and a we will say goodbye.
Every evening we will go out to either a club or restaurant associated with the fashion world or an aperitif / party organized by the many fashion houses of Milan.