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The Golden Rectangle of Fashion

The Golden Rectangle of Fashion

The Quadrilatero d’Oro district — ‘The Golden Rectangle’ — is one of the world’s most important fashion landmarks and home to Milan’s most exclusive stores. Located just north of the Duomo, is defined by the four main streets that surround it: via Monte Napoleone, via della Spiga, via Manzoni and corso Venezia. Haute couture at every step, with all the brands one can expect. On via Sant’Andrea, look out for Hermès, Armani and Chanel. Here, located in the 17th century Palazzo Bolognini, you'll find the excellent Museo di Milano. The cobbled via della Spiga is the quintessential shopping street with two Dolce and Gabbana stores, Tiffany & Co., Roberto Cavalli, Prada and lots more. Don’t miss the Armani Megastore on via Manzoni. Take a break at Cova cafe on via Monte Napoleone and do some exclusive people watching. It's a place to see and be seen. Via Monte Napoleone is home to several Prada stores, the flagship Gucci store, Pucci, Fendi and Cartier.
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Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II

Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II

Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, housed within a four-story double arcade just steps away from Il Duomo, is Italy's oldest active shopping gallery. Marvel at the elaborate mosaics and stare at the domed ceilings while you go from one luxury boutique to another, and park yourself at one of the restaurants and cafes, including some of the oldest establishments of Milan such as Café Biffi, founded in 1867. Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II hosts the iconic Prada store and Versace’s latest collection. In the Galleria, haute couture is in full bloom. You'll find big international names like Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Armani, Borsalino, Luisa Spagnoli, Bric’s, Tod’s, Swarovski, Stefanel and Massimo Dutti as well as smaller traditional artisans like Cadè (shirts and ties since 1926), Piumelli (handmade gloves), Mejana (gorgeous fountain pens).
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CityLife Shopping District

CityLife Shopping District

CityLife is the biggest urban shopping district in Italy and definitely worth visiting. It hosts various interesting events and houses over a hundred stores, restaurants and a movie theatre. Stroll through the district and shop fashion, jewellery, cosmetics and more. Or try one of the several restaurants located in the district. The CityLife District is also interesting for architecture geers since the project was designed by famous architects such as Zaha Hadid, Arata Isozaki and Daniel Libeskind.
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Corso Vittorio Emanuele

Corso Vittorio Emanuele

Corso Vittorio Emanuele is known as 'Milan’s living room'. This pedestrian street connects Piazza Duomo and San Babila metro station and provides a great shopping experience for the entire family. Luxury boutiques like Louis Vuitton and Prada are right next to popular fast fashion brands like Urban Outfitters or Bershka. Good for all ages and budgets. In the evening Corso Vittorio comes alive with film lovers flocking to the many cinemas. A number of bars and small eateries remain open until late at night, packed with locals enjoying the night out after catching a film.
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