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Coppola, who opened his first salon in Milan in 1965, now has nine across town, including this funky outpost on the top floor of La Rinascente department...
Anadema is part salon, part exhibition venue, with occasional literary and film events thrown in to the mix as well: it's a relaxing, open space more...
Corso Lodi 1
This barber shop more than lives up to its name, as it has been in business since Dino Colla opened its door in 1904, and proudly displays the brush that...
Via Gerolamo Morone 3
Silvio Levi, grandson of the founder, sniffs out rare, artisanal perfumes (and shaving creams and hair products) for this family-run firm. Finds include...
Via Santa Maria alla Porta 5
This eight-storey department store caters to the refined Milanese taste for classic, reasonable quality, good value clothing and accessories for men, women...
Piazza V Giornate 1A
Expert Gabriella Fiumani presides over this intriguing shop, mixing tisanes, cosmetics and medicinal concoctions from more than 400 herbs stored in drawers...
Via Volta 7
This eight-floor colossus (part of a nationwide chain) sells nearly everything you can think of, from lingerie to colourful ceramics. The top floor has a...
Products that carry the name Madina Milano become coveted souvenirs not only for their high quality, but also for their international cachet. The make-up...
Via Meravigli 17
This small outpost of the famous herbalist and apothecary may not have the history of the original 16th-century Florentine store - but it does have most of...
Corso Magenta 22
Hints of rosemary and mint waft through corso Magenta 12's unusual octagonal courtyard. Breeze into OM's all-white interior and take your pick from the...
Corso Magenta 12
Housed in the 16th-century Palazzo Beccaria, this enticing shop has a selection of rare Italian and international candles and perfumes, including delicate...
Via Brera 6
A solid optician that's well known throughout Italy for its professionalism and choice of frames.
Corso Matteotti 22