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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
A line of brightly coloured, alternative shoes first launched in Rome in 2004; the Milan branch opened in spring 2008. Designs include chunky wedges and...
Corso di Porta Ticinese 46
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
Granddaughter of Emma Pellini, the famous costume jewellery designer, Donatella augments her signature glass and synthetic resin pieces with striking...
Via Manzoni 20
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
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
For over 15 years, Silvia Corti has been making her necklaces and bracelets at this tiny indigo lab and shop. Her designs are magically simple: raffia...
Via Lomazzo 11
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...
Le Solferine has a fine selection of uncommon designer footwear for men and women by the likes of René Caovilla, Ungaro and Emilio Pucci. A good source of...
Via Solferino 2
This colourful shop sells women's shoes by offbeat brands like Fornarina and Irregular Choice, but the best bargains are the shop's own-label shoes, made in...
Via Cherubini 3
Stocking everything from basic black knee-high boots to rainbow suede ballerine, this tiny shop is always packed with Milanese fashionistas fighting over...
Corso di Porta Ticinese 60