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Giorgio Armani Milan store: The reopening at Via Montenapoleone


Giorgio Armani Milan store on Via Montenapoleone has been entirely redesigned by Giorgio Armani and his team of architects who wanted to bring out the original geometry of the building, not only inside but also outside. On the 9th of April, the Giorgio Armani boutique in Via Montenapoleone, in Milan, reopened its doors. See Milan Design Agenda guide tour through Giorgio Armani Milan store!

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The interior design of Giorgio Armani Milan store, is a return to the original architecture of the building,each floor sees a sucession of rooms connected by elegant portals with platinum trim. All the rooms have been customized and furnished with the latest designs from the new Armani/Casa collection. The flooring, different in each room, was made with marble and onyx,  matching the panels with printed silk lining on the walls varying in color from petrol blue, silver , dark green to ivory. The chairs, designed specifically for the boutique, the Haydes Hack lamps and carpets belong to the latest Armani / Casa collection.

See also:Exclusive Milan Design Week 2015 – behind the scenes with Armani Casa

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The ground floor is entirely dedicated to women’s clothing and the first menswear. On each floor accessories collections are presented in dedicated areas, as well as fragrances. On the second floor, the store features a space reserved for the made to measure and one dedicated to the most elegant prêt-à-porter gowns from the Giorgio Armani label.

See also: Armani Casa Interior Design Experience

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“The reopening of the boutique in Milan comes at a very important time for me, as i celebrate the 40th anniversary of my company, in conjunction with Expo 2015. The operation therefore has a strong symbolic meaning and aesthetic. It summarizes the enduring values of my work and projects them into the future. I wanted to create a boutique with an elegant atmosphere that welcomes the customer and guides him in the different environments.” says Mr. Armani .

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