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In 1995, Milan-based jeweller Pomellato launched DoDo, a range of whimsical yellow-gold charms shaped like animals, birds and flowers. A staunch supporter...
Corso Venezia 8
Granddaughter of Emma Pellini, the famous costume jewellery designer, Donatella augments her signature glass and synthetic resin pieces with striking...
Via Manzoni 20
A wild collection of young, cutting-edge designs from all over the world, with particular emphasis on pieces created using unexpected materials, such as...
Via Sigeri 24
This tiny shop is stocked with fabulous finds, from Prada heels and Chinese silk tops to loose Indian tunics and Gautier blazers.
Alzaia Naviglio Grande 44
The groaning shelves of Milan's oldest enoteca hold over 1,000 wines, and grappas, whiskies, rums, cognacs, and gourmet delights like foie gras. Staff wrap...
Via Solferino 42
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
Esselunga supermarket does traditional one-day photo processing, and its rates are cheaper than the 30-minute photo specialists. It will also print digital...
viale Papiniano 27
Sexy Italian style, created in - yes - an ethically sound way. The label makes almost all stock in Italy (no child labour or sweatshops involved), and any...
Corso di Porta Ticinese 50
Fauché is the fashionistas' favourite for cut-price designer shoes. Alongside discounted footwear and samples by brands like Gucci and Prada, there are...
Via Fauché/via Losana
This central outpost of one of Italy's leading book chains is one of the city's best stores for titles in English, including an excellent pick of travel...
Piazza Cavour 1
Relocated to the Alzaia Naviglio Grande while its former home, viale d'Annunzio, is under snail-paced renovation, the Fiera di Senigallia has long been the...
Strada Alzaia Naviglio Grande
Using chilli peppers, pale apples and hollowed-out coconut shells, this mini-florist puts together some of the most imaginative floral creations in the city.
Via Brisa 15
A treasure trove of antique clothing, bags, shoes, hats, buttons, trimmings and rare fashion publications. This is where Milan's big-name designers come...
Via Sacchi 3
High-end leather bags, soft sacks, wallets and luggage by the famous Bologna-based leather goods company. Furla also stacks a good range of affordable...
Corso Vittorio Emanuele
The magnificent Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II isn't known as il salotto di Milano (Milan's living room) for nothing. It connects piazza del Duomo with...
Between piazza del Duomo & piazza della Scala
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