Located in the heart of Milan’s fashion district, at the end of Via Montenapoleone, Armani Hotel, Milano is one of the city’s most iconic and symbiotic destinations. Utterly characteristic of an Armani lived life, its light sandy hues and minimalistic design anchors it among the world’s most luxurious hotels.
When it comes to chic you can be sure to trust the Italians to do things just right. Demure and sexily fun, the combination of two of Italy’s most considerable brands Dolce & Gabbana and Marinti is perhaps a creation of genius proportions and one that, upon stepping into their collaborative world brings about a sense of both the old-world glamour of Italy coupled with a more modern dash of boldness so synonymous with Milan.
Stepping into Bar Luce, whether before, during or after adventuring through Fondazione Prada, is akin to stepping some decades into the past and a rather dreamy Milanee cafe of times gone by. Designed by film director Wes Anderson whose visionary work is typically of a symmetrical world that plays into a weirdly wonderful perfection, his real world creation at Bar Luce is, as it were, a less fantastical reality in which the everyday life can be enjoyed - ratherly chicly.
Akin to Colette in Paris and Dover Street Market in London and New York City, 10 Corso Como is one of the world’s most iconic and opulent concept stores when it comes to fashion and art, culture and luxury. Situated inside Milan’s infamous 10 Corso Como which also is just as celebrated for it’s cafe, restaurant, gallery and hotel, it’s the one stop shop for those in search of high-end luxury with a touch of limited-edition-no-body-else-will-have-this Italian glamour.