During Milan Design Week 2019, more specifically Salone del Mobile, Knoll celebrated an important anniversary: the Bauhaus centenary. With that, they brought in a couple of novelties for their brand, specifically some new collections alongside some of its most iconic products. In this initiative, Knoll emphasised a clear set of values […]
Countless visitors and locals are awed and delighted by Milan’s iconic and extravagant luxury boutiques. But there’s one gender that take this fashion trends a step forward. Since the turn of the last decade, Milan Fashion Weeks made the world’s top designers and fashion houses to move into the Milan’s Luxury Avenues-via Montenapoleone for example. Though Luxury Boutiques can be found in big cities the world over, no one does luxury quite like Milan. Milan Design Agenda introduce you Milan Luxury Boutiques: The girl’s guide for Fashion Trends.
Relocated from Via Sant’Andrea onto the prestigious Via Montenapoleone, Fendi’s luxury boutique – designed by Tokyo-based French architect Gwenael Nicolas – is housed in the 16th-centuryCasa Carcassola-Grandi, with a neoclassical-style facade. (See more here)
The opening of DIOR Milan’s Luxury Boutiques was marked by an event to celebrate the “Lady Dior As Seen By” exhibition.
In Via Montenapoleone you can delight yourself with high-end boutiques and stores from Italian designers to all the world famous fashion brands. Valentino is one of them! (See more here )
The Galleria via Montenapoleone has historic ties to Milan’s blue-blooded families. Miuccia Prada’s grandfather opened the family’s first shop there in 1913.
Discover the concept for Moschino’s historic boutique at Via Sant’Andrea in Milan by architect Michele De Lucchi. Moschino’s eclectic style is the perfect inspiration for a project that creates the new image of the fashion house.
Besides all the Milan Luxury Boutiques, there’s one that you would to visit?
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