For fashion devotees, 10 Corso Como is a magnet—filled with everything from limited-edition Margiela sneakers to home objets and beauty products.
Located in the buzzing heart of the Brera district, inside the masterfully renovated 19th century Palazzo Cagnola, the Antonia boutique offers an immersive, customized and sharply-edited shopping experience that stems from the far-sighted and experimental vision of Antonia Giacinti.
designed by renown italian architect Vincenzo de Cotiis, the 600-square-meter shopping destination is a contemporary expression of art, form and function that seamlessly bonds tradition with innovation. Three distinct selling areas house the men's, women's and accessories collections, framed by plush velvets, exposed time-worn walls, plexiglas fixtures, marble and bronze-framed furnishings.
#3 Biffi Milano
The stop for fashion fans in need of a last-minute outfit—we've all been there—Biffi Milano carries everything from Acne denim to avant-garde pieces by Sacai.
The sister store to Biffi, this Via Sant'Andrea outpost carries an equally stylish assortment of ready-to-wear and accessories from designers including Reed Krakoff and Stella McCartney. But stick to the Italian labels for a distinctive, local look.
This vintage store turned modern day fashion boutique is a must see. As kitsch as it is hip, this little wonder will inspire you to think outside the box.
This unique boutique has an aged yet modern feel about it, kind of like Milan itself. Carrying hard to find labels, and many unfamiliar brands for both men and women, this store is certainly worth a visit.
This is as glamorous as clothing outlets get. Located on the prime via Manzoni, this store is filled to the brim with designer labels for less. You will need to concentrate in the relatively dark, narrow space, but it will be worth it.