Wednesday, December 27, 2017

Via Monte Napoleone and the Rest of Milan



Last summer was the most glorious thing that happened in my life, it was "THE" most exciting one month of my adult life!

Why?

Italy.

With my two girls and my family in Italy, I had the time of my life going around the streets of Milan, Florence, Venice, Pisa, Genova, Turin.  But most of my days were spent at Italy's fashion capital.

If you haven't known there is a thing in Italy's tourism as shopping tourism, but that deserves a separate blog in itself.  I will stick to Milan's infamous shopping district, Via Montenapoleone.



Via Montenapoleone  Milan is the fashion and design capital offering everything for the discerning shopper. Via Monte Napoleone, also spelled as Via Montenapoleone, is an elegant and expensive street in Milan, Italy, famous for its ready-to-wear fashion and jewelry shops. It is considered by many as the most important street of the Milan Fashion District known as the Quadrilatero della moda where many well-known fashion designers have their high-end boutiques and stores from Italian designers to all the world famous brands. The most exclusive Italian shoemakers maintain boutiques on this street.


We began our tour at Corso Armani.


Emporio Armani Caffe


Armani Manzoni, which also is a hotel, with concept stores where Armani products are being sold and displayed.






















At Dolce Gabbana Sartoria




To see more of my explorations in Milan, you may click on the links below.

Duomo di Milano, A Guide for the Wanderers


Two Must-Visit Landmarks in Milan Aside from the Duomo



2 comments:

  1. it feels so nice to read of your experience and going through these pictures. this makes me want to go myself as well. by the way i really like your blog for its amazing and hearty posts full of new things to learn

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