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Designed by Paolo Lucchetta, opens in Milan the first Italian flagship store of the Uzbek fashion designer, Ferutdin Zakirov. A place dedicated to menswear, that combines rituals of modernity, luxury and whispered compliments to the Italian tailoring tradition, refined details and multiple shades of elegance.The best of Milan Boutique Stores for you!
The store, the second opened by Zakirov after the Moscow store, occupies 230 square meters, distributed on two levels, in a central Milan palazzo on the corner of Corso Matteotti and Via San Pietro Orto.
The project was inspired by the designer’s passion for the made in Italy and his love for a tailored approach that is rooted in the past. The right place for it involves the presence of large exhibition areas and more intimate environments dedicated to a ritual from the ancient taste, typical of tailoring workshops.
The ground floor accommodates the novelties and accessories, while the lower level is home to the most sought after collections and the lounges dedicated to tailor made service. To connect these two worlds, a dramatic staircase illuminated steps, covered in marble Black Gold, which transposes the architectural plan the great attention the brand for materials.
To give shape to this vision of style, the choice fell on noble parquet in a herringbone pattern, created by merging five different shades of walnut wood, and walls painted in Sophisticated Blue textured effect “textile.”
Furnishings Alart Design by finishing in burnished brass, walnut Canaletto exhibitors, leather trays from the soft colors and the all-British charm of a few Chesterfield sofas, complete the project.