Al Bazar is one of Milan's classic go-to boutiques for modern male necessaires. 

This Chilean jeweller and industrial designer has a particular thing with lace, gold-plated lace that ebbs and flows almost like water. 

Where old meets new. Milan's newest district is breeding a contemporary cool to leave other European cities envious.

Milan's oldest street, this Roman construct is home to pasticcerie, furniture stores and of course, The Last Supper.

Milan is famous for its glittering sartorial stradas, but what about the lesser known refinery for those in the know?

Milan’s up and coming new district has plenty of purchases to be made.

For a piece of Milanese arm candy, head over to Pisa Orologeria.

If you appreciate a good bottle of Eau de Parfum, this specialty shop is for you. 

It is often said there is no place for leather goods like Italy. Belfiore's leather footwear upholds the statement.

Lose yourself in the maze of shops on Via della Spiga, one of the city's top fashion addresses.