Shopping in Milan
Located in Lombardy in Northern Italy, Milan is the country’s financial and fashion capital. It’s a sophisticated metropolis, a city with a forward-looking attitude that never forgets its past glories. Home to designers like Prada, Armani and Versace, Milan’s impressive shopping centers attract nearly as many visitors as the city’s centuries-old cultural institutions. Along with design and finance, fashion is the city's biggest draw. Its influence spreads to the worlds of publishing, dining, partying and commerce, so you'll be hard pressed to avoid it. What's more, people do actually wear the wacky garments you see paraded at the city's twice-yearly fashion weeks: many a Milan street looks like a photo shoot for Italian Vogue.
In 1990 Dario Antonioli opened his first store in Milan under its original name DMAGAZINEoutlet on via Montenapoleone 26, one of the most famous shopping high-street in the world. Where trendy meets classic, customers thrive in creating their style mixing Italian luxury brands with worldwide emerging designers. Its success has been largely recognized by local fashion hunters, as well as international visitors from around the world.
A unique shopping experience. Fashion, beauty, accessories, food and design are contaminated in the historic building of Galleria del Corso 4, in the heart of Milan, completely restored by the acclaimed Architect Jean Nouvel. 4000sqm in a single volume, divided into 7 floors, enclosed in an architectural wrap wrapped in stripe of video installations with kaleidoscopic effect, with a plot of floating lifts and conveyor belts.
InGalleria is a digital project that collects all the cultural and artistic heritage of the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II in Milan. The Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II is the world's oldest shopping mall and contains the world's only certified 7 star hotel Town House Galleria.