Quite possibly one of the chicest and coolest privately owned department stores in Milan, Antonia is expert in curating the coolest, most relevant and classic collections for its clients. Found in a beautiful building on Via Cusani, the shop windows are something to be admired. Antonia takes luxury to the next level and its clean lined, yet opulent, interior makes you feel that little bit more special. All conceived by the genius that is Antonia Giacinti, this shopping destination is a contemporary form of art, form and function that seamlessly bonds with innovation.
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Nestled amongst the buildings of Milan’s most famous nighttime streets, 10 Corso Como is the concept space founded by Carla Sozzani that has today turned from an art gallery into a luxury store, restaurant, café and hotel. The shop holds brands from Alaïa to Isabel Marant, along with other cutting edge designers and plentiful 10 Corso Como designer collaborations. The shop has a real gallery feel in terms of its design and takes you on a sartorial journey starting with shoes and going through to accessories. After perusing the shop, LUXOS highly recommends taking a seat in the café garden, which is truly beautiful, to enjoy the tranquility that 10 Corso Como offers. This concept store is a real haven amongst the hustle and bustle of the city, and a spot for those in the know that want a luxury offering away from the crowds. If that’s you, welcome to the club.
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Housing all the coolest brands from Balmain to Marcelo Burlon, Antonioli is a men and women’s store that encompasses muted tones with an edge. From lesser-known cult brands to high-end collaborations, Antonioli has been attracting the fashion forward city slicker for years. The store itself is located on the naviglio canal, in an old theatre space. From conception to execution Antonioli know exactly what they are doing and it is know wonder that they are at the forefront of Milanese style. If you are looking to feed the darker side of your fashion soul, throw on some Ann Demeulemeester and head on down to Antonioli.
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