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This emporium is owned by former Italian Vogue editor Carla Sozzani. Prices are not for the faint- hearted, but the design overload is certainly a sight to...
Corso Como 10
This outpost of the Parma-based leather goods chain is one of the best stocked in Milan. Dive in for everything from classic wallets in pretty pastels to...
Via Bigli 28
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
Cut sells high-quality artisan-made leather garments for men and women (no tacky leather thongs); you can also have items made to measure.
Corso di Porta Ticinese 58
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
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...
This tiny store stocks gorgeous and unusual bags, wallets and poufs, created by pressing fabrics and metallic threads between layers of translucent plastic....
Via San Maurilio 3
Another world-class Italian brand from Bologna, Mandarina Duck makes all sorts of bags and backpacks in leather and unusual fabrics.
Corso Vercelli 20
From handmade papers to coloured envelopes, Papier stocks the gamut of stationery delights, as well as stone vases, soft leather bags and a selection of odd...
Via San Maurilio 4