Milan Guide

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To embrace we will showcase some our brands in Milan during the SS25 season, we created a Milan guide just for you!
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May 12, 2024
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Since we will be in Milan for to kick of the SS25 season with Barena Venezia, Christian Wijnants and Agua by Agua Bendita, we created our essential city guide with a few places to visit between your busy appointment.

Parco Sempione

Piazza Sempione, 20154 Milano MI, Italien

To unwind between appointments, escape to Parco Sempione, a great green lung nestled in the heart of Milan. Explore winding paths, lush greenery, and picturesque views within this expansive park. Rent a bicycle or enjoy a stroll to discover iconic landmarks like the Arco della Pace (Arch of Peace) and the peaceful lake. Parco Sempione is the ideal spot for a relaxing break, allowing you to recharge from the city’s hustle and bustle.

10 Corso Como:

Corso Como, 10, 20154 Milano MI, Italien

Check out 10 Corso Como, a unique hotspot in Milan where fashion, art, design and dining come together in a stylish courtyard setting. This concept store, gallery and café offer a special blend of creativity and culture. Explore curated fashion collections, view contemporary art exhibitions and enjoy delicious dining all in one place. 10 Corso Como is a must-visit for fashion and art enthusiasts, showcasing Milan's vibrant and eclectic scene in a relaxed atmosphere.

Brera District

Fancy immersing yourself in Milan's artistic soul? Explore the Brera district, the artists’ quarter, renowned for its bohemian charm and rich cultural heritage. Stroll along picturesque cobblestone streets adorned with art galleries, boutique shops and cozy cafes. Start your visit at the Pinacoteca di Brera, a prestigious art gallery, indulge in a delicious meal at a local trattoria or unwind with espresso at a charming café, all while soaking up the neighborhood's unique atmosphere.

Antica Focacceria San Francesco

Via S. Paolo, 15, 20121 Milano MI, Italien

When in Italy, indulging in Italian cuisine is a must-do. So make sure to have a stop at Antica Focacceria San Francesco. Located behind the Duomo, this bustling eatery is a favorite among locals and visitors alike for a quick and delicious lunch. You'll find many Italians grabbing a bite at the counter, where you can choose from a tempting array of Sicilian specialties like Arancini, focaccia and other antipasti. Whether you're grabbing a quick bite or sitting down for a meal, Antica Focacceria San Francesco offers a taste of authentic Sicilian flavors right in the heart of Milan.

Navigli Canals:

To cap off the evening, exploring Milan's Navigli Canals is a must. Wander along Naviglio Grande and Naviglio Pavese, where vibrant bars, cozy cafes, and art galleries beckon. Join the lively atmosphere during evening aperitivo by the water. For a unique view, hop on a boat tour to admire the city's beauty from a different angle. The Navigli district offers a perfect blend of history and contemporary charm, ensuring a memorable experience in Milan.

Palazzo Lombardia: 

Piazza Città di Lombardia, 1, 20124 Milano MI, Italien

If you're looking to experience breathtaking views of Milan beyond the Duomo, head to Palazzo Lombardia. Located in a skyscraper, this modern marvel houses an observation deck on its upper floors, providing panoramic vistas of the cityscape. From the heights of Palazzo Lombardia, you can enjoy sweeping 360-degree views that showcase Milan's stunning architecture and surrounding landscapes. It's a must-visit spot for anyone seeking a bird's-eye perspective of this vibrant city.

Villa Necchi Campiglio 

Via Mozart, 14, 20122 Milano MI, Italien

In interwar Milan, the elite gathered at Villa Necchi Campiglio, now a stunning house-museum. Designed by architect Piero Portaluppi in the 1930s, this landmark in the Quadrilatero del Silenzio boasts Milan's oldest private swimming pool. Explore and admire the Villa’s art-filled interiors and enjoy the poolside ambiance with a coffee, just like the villa's original guests afterwards. Experience the charm and history of Villa Necchi Campiglio, a true treasure of Milan.


Via Giuseppe Broggi, 15, 20129 Milano MI, Italien

If you're looking for a fantastic coffee break while exploring Milan, be sure to visit Orsonero. However, don't expect a traditional Italian corner cafe here. This stylish spot could just as easily be in London or New York. The interior is minimalist, featuring white walls and light wood tables. The menu is elegantly simple, offering espresso drinks, filter coffee and tea, along with a selection of pastries and sandwiches from local producers. Treat yourself to a coffee, relax and savor the Italian way of life at Orsonero.

Related Brand: Barena Venezia

Barena Venezia, a small, family-owned company has significantly influenced the way men (and women) dress in and outside of Italy over the past twenty-seven years. Before “sprezzatura” and “soft tailoring” became go-to terms for fashion editors, Barena was showing men how to dress casually and with class utilizing sartorial fabrics for rather sporty, workwear garments. The inspiration for Barena traces back to the style of the rural inhabitants of Venice: in fact, Barena derives its name from the term “baro,” which in Italian translates to “emerged lands” — a reference to a key feature of the Venetian landscape where both hunting and fishing were practiced by a slow sailing on a “Sanpierotta”, the flat-bottom boat depicted on the brand's recognisable logo. “Nothing inspires us more than life by the sea and the lagoon” says Barena creative director Pigozzo. Since the brand was founded in 1993 it grew significantly season after season, extending to womenswear in 2010 when Francesca Zara – daughter of the founder Sandro Zara – became part of the family business and Barena Women's creative director. Meanwhile, Barena maintains the fabric-first ethos it was founded upon. Pigozzo and Francesca Zara build each collection from the ground up, starting by looking for interesting materials and then basing their designs off the fabrics they find, often using original early-20th century patterns from the now rich brand archive.

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Related Brand: Agua by Agua Bendita

Agua by Agua Bendita is the epitome of sophisticated, timeless garments. Every element incorporated into the brand is inspired by Latin America’s enchanting biodiversity and culture - a story they are passionate about sharing with the world. As a women-owned business, they are deeply committed to empowering women, particularly our skilled artisans. These talented women invest up to 200 hours hand-embroidering each stunning piece to make its way around the world and to tell the story of their brand and the craftsmanship behind it. Meet the allure of Latin America. Meet Agua by Agua Bendita.

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Related Brand: Christian Wijnants

Christian Wijnants is a designer brand that stands for modern luxury and innovative designer clothing. The brand presents four collections a year during Paris Fashion Week including a runway show on the official calendar and since 2019 also a menswear collection. The brand is based in Antwerp and is sold worldwide in department stores, multi brand boutiques and online stores. The collections are based on innovative knitwear, colorful print and fluid dressing with feminine style and poetic approach.

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