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Milan Shopping Guide

Season after season, eyes look to Milan for the next emerging trend. And this design capital consistently delivers. Milanese luxury comes in all forms—from ateliers and home décor showrooms to the flagship stores of exclusive brands like Prada and Armani. There’s nothing Milan’s beauty doesn’t touch. Stand in awe of the 19th-century architecture in the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II shopping mall. Find bohemian chic style in the design district, leather bargains in markets, and antique stalls along the canals. Milan effortlessly exudes style at every turn. Here’s where to find it.

Quadrilatero della Moda (Quadrilatero d’Oro)

Graced with exclusive Italian flagship stores that draw international supermodels and fill parking spaces with Ferraris, the “Fashion Quad” is the heart of Milan’s fashion district and synonymous with exquisite taste. Showrooms and ateliers of nearly every chic Italian label sit between the grand historic homes and museums in this area, which is bordered by four of the world’s most expensive streets: Via Monte Napoleone, Via della Spiga, Via Alessandro Manzoni, and Corso Venezia. The window displays alone are reason enough to experience this ostentatious fashionista mecca.

Top Places to Shop in Milan
Cavalli E Nastri
Cavalli e Nastri is known for its unique vintage clothing, accessories, and furniture spanning several decades. It has three locations, including one in the Brera district.
Rinascente Milano
1,630 reviews
Akin to Saks or Harrods, La Rinascente is Milan’s iconic department store, offering high-end designer brands, a food market, and a rooftop restaurant overlooking the cathedral spires of the Duomo.
Coin
4 reviews
Italy’s largest chain of department stores, Coin offers well-known brands, same-day tax refunds on large purchases, and a video wall on its flagship’s exterior that’s reminiscent of Times Square.
Armani Megastore
68 reviews
Armani is an integral part of Milan’s culture with stores, restaurants, and even a hotel and museum. The Armani Megastore in Quadrilatero della Moda is the place to buy an iconic Armani suit.
Quadrilatero d'Oro
218 reviews
These cobblestone streets of this area (framed by Via Monte Napoleone, Via Sant'Andrea, Via della Spiga and Via Manzoni) mark the heart of the fashion district with elite designer flagships.
Dexter Milano
51 reviews
In the Corso Vercelli area, Dexter Milano is a small boutique jewelry shop with unique watches, rings, and other pieces handcrafted in Italy.
Prada
54 reviews
Mario Prada opened his first store in 1913 in the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II shopping mall, where the Prada flagship store is still located and features historic products and design elements.
Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II
29,498 reviews
A magnificent, lively shopping mall designed in the 19th century, the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II features a stunning glass ceiling and the collections of Borsalino, Prada, and Louis Vuitton.
Dmag
63 reviews
In the tony Quadrilatero della Moda district, DMAG is a designer-label outlet featuring brands such as Givenchy, Stella McCartney, Dolce & Gabbana, Valentino, Balenciaga, and Moschino.
10 Corso Como
760 reviews
Art, music, books, design, fashion, and cuisine converge at 10 Corso Como, a people-watching haven and concept store conceived by former fashion editor and publisher Carla Sozzani.
Corso Vercelli
71 reviews
Corso Vercelli is one of Milan’s best-known shopping streets away from the bustle of the city center, a place where locals shop the quieter branches of popular department stores.
ROSSANA ORLANDI MASTER GALLERY
44 reviews
Located in a historical factory building in the Corso Vercelli area, Spazio Rossana Orlandi is an avant-garde design gallery and store featuring up-and-coming young talent.
Ferrari Store
233 reviews
Milan’s flagship Ferrari Store in the Corso Vittorio Emanuele II area offers branded clothing, toys, memorabilia, and a Formula 1 driving simulator experience with five different race tracks.
Il Salvagente
130 reviews
Located just east the city center, Il Salvagente is a small outlet featuring home décor, clothing, and accessories from Prada, Armani, and other Italian designers.
Fidenza Village
1,319 reviews
At Fidenza Village you will find more than 120 luxury boutiques with prices reduced by up to 70% on the recommended retail price, all year round. Discover boutiques such as Pinko, Elizabetta Franchi and Patrizia Pepe, as well as international brands from Armani to Versace, Marni, Paul Smith, Swarovski and Missoni. Restaurants, bars and ice cream stands will complete your unforgettable shopping experience. The Village is only one hour away from Milan, Bologna and Verona, and it's easy to reach by car, train, or on board the Shopping Express(R), our luxury coach service departing every day from Milan direct to Fidenza Village.
The Brian&Barry Building San Babila
116 reviews
The 12-level flagship Brian&Barry department store, near the Quadrilatero della Moda area, features clothing, shoes, a bar, and restaurants.
Viale Papiniano Market
125 reviews
One of the city’s largest street markets, Viale Papiniano Market is a great place to find fresh produce and score deals on bags, shoes, clothing, and housewares.
Corso Venezia
93 reviews
Corso Venezia is one of Milan’s most prestigious shopping streets in the busy, upscale Quadrilatero fashion district where stores are set among stunning historic buildings, parks, and gardens.
Peck
913 reviews
A 100-year-old gourmet institution in Milan, Peck offers a wine cellar and gourmet delicatessen with gift sets at its flagship store.
Corso Buenos Aires
486 reviews
Milan’s longest shopping street, Corso Buenos Aires offers stores like Guess, Zara, Adidas, Boggi, and others that are more reasonably priced than shops in the city center.
CityLife Shopping District
297 reviews
A new residential and shopping district in Milan on the Metro Line, CityLife Shopping District includes 80 stores, 20 bars and restaurants, and a movie theatre spread across a pedestrian area.

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#1 of 441 Shopping in Milan
The oldest shopping mall in Italy, Milan's lounge room as Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II is called in Italy, has elegant luxury designer shops, wonderful architecture with frescoes and arches, restaurants and coffe...
Situated in Milan’s historic center and built between 1865 and 1877, this arcade with majestic heights, glass skylights, decorative architectural details, mosaic floors, beautiful stores, bars, cafes and much more...
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#2 of 441 Shopping in Milan
Peck is a high end food emporium in Milan near the Duomo that is worth stepping into for a look at everything from packaged jams, pickles, olives and spices to handmade breads, fresh pastas and gorgeous pastries,...
The food is divine!! Later I enjoyed browsing at the vast selection of products from pasta, spreads, wine, tea, coffee, chocolates and many more.
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#3 of 441 Shopping in Milan
Fashion is iconic in Milan and this tour immerses you in haute couture.
Antonella was also able to provide some good tips on where to shop at all ends of the scale.
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#4 of 441 Shopping in Milan
Definetely worth a visit, even just to window shop the high end boutiques of Channel, Louis Vuitton, Guicci and so many more, and if you wallet dears, splurge but remember a purchase in this area could cost the fu...
I`d say that`s unique and worth at least a short visit, even if your budget doesn`t stretch beyond window shopping or your lifestyle differs.
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#5 of 441 Shopping in Milan
She captivated us with the stories and descriptions of the incredible sites in Milan - Sforza Castle, the Duomo, the Vittorio Emanuele II shopping center, La Scala and the Leonardo da Vinci's Last Supper, the late...
If you like to visit the "Cenacolo" di Leonardo da Vinci, skip the lines at Milan Dome, visit the Museum of La Scala Opera House Museum (all included), book an essential 3h bus and walking tour
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#6 of 441 Shopping in Milan
There is every kind of merchandise available from a simple key chain to deluxe leather jackets But the best part is down in the basement where you can drive an F1 Ferrari simulator!
Fantastic shop for a Ferrari fan
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#8 of 441 Shopping in Milan
Within 5 minutes walk of Milan ‘MiCo’ convention centre, this shopping district is very convenient for a variety of restaurants, a market shopping area, pharmacy, ice cream shops (excellent!), bakeries, and lots o...
Completely different part of the city, with a perfectly blended environment with parks, residential buildings and comfortable shopping mall with good selection of shops and places to rest and recharge your energy.
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Fidenza Village

Fidenza 0.1 mi away
#1 of 5 Shopping in Fidenza
Shopping becomes a pleasure, especially if you pamper yourself with some delight of the Emilian cuisine offered in one of the many delicious little restaurants and bars...
it was a 2hrs train ride from Milan. the village was nice quiet , good shops, and cafes.
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#9 of 441 Shopping in Milan
Are you looking for the best combination of jewelry handcrafting, modern production technologies, hyper trendy and personalized suggestions for the perfect gift?
The best shop for men’s and women’s jewellery the staff are so helpful only found it on last day of Milan holiday or would have bought more from it check it out for unique one of a kind designed jewellery
#10 of 441 Shopping in Milan
A fun marker mainly for locals, on Tuesdays and Saturdays.
Fun place to feel in a couple of hours
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#16 of 441 Shopping in Milan
We was in the gallery during Milan Design week.
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#19 of 441 Shopping in Milan
I was just passing by the store and the merchandise caught my attention , when i walked in a handsome guy called Giuseppe welcomed me and my friend in a most polite way .
That’s part of the allure of such a shop.
#26 of 441 Shopping in Milan
Visited on 13th Nov 2018 This is a landmark in "Concept Store' and gives wholesome experience with shopping, Cafe', Book store, Exhibition area, Hotel, Small Screening hall, Terrance and so much more.
Very unique in its layout with a fascinating shop joined to this restaurant.
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#27 of 441 Shopping in Milan
A wonderful wine shop near to Garibaldi and Brea.
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