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    Hi guys,
    i'm from Milan and the shop mentioned by Mike lowrey are the best shop in Milan,another good shop(near Milan) not mentioned is "Interno5" http://interno05.com

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    /\ ha, cool! that pizza is manna from heaven.
    Does CCP make pizza?
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    Thanks, Tia. That shop looks neat.
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    thanks for the tips! gonna check some of em out when im there again

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    Went to milano for the weekend and visited some stores .Daad Dantone is one of them that worths a visit.Men's store is placed on via Santo Spirito and women's at via Corso Matteoti.It carries DD ,a good selection of BBS ,some ma+ ,rick,yohji,undercover ,LUC,a bit of margiela and some other brands i can't recall right now.
    Dmagazine outlets also have some SZ brands among others,but you have to spend about 2-3 hours to find the good stuff.The two outlets stock more about the same brands,the bigger one (via Bigli) has a good variation of fw clothes,but it's hard to find shoes.The other one (via Montenapoleone) has also some ss stuff from past seasons,but mainly fw.
    Gio Moretti (via Della Spiga) has a small corner with Ann D .It also carries lanvin , some other italian -non SZ-brands and has some nice books.
    Last but not least ,antonioli ,maybe the best boutique in Milano,located in Navigli area.The atmosphere is total gothic :) ,has lots of stuff for a boutique and I couldn't really find nothing that i didn't like. Thank god D&G,Dsq were hidden ,so they couldn't destroy the character of the store. Saw some FW stuff also ,an awesome ann d leather,some nice knits from rick ,big selection from forme and DD .Definetely a "must" for SZ.

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    Great tips! Anyone been more recently and have anything new to share? Thank you!
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    Bump. Will be in Milan for a few days - anything I should see? Where to eat?
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    at Palazzo Reale there is an interesting exhibition about the Symbolism and another one about Alfons Mucha.
    i'm not gone yet, hope to find time to go to Milan one of this days.

    http://www.palazzorealemilano.it/wps...palazzorealeEN

    If you like the real Naples pizza, Gino Sorbillo one of the best 5 pizzaioli in the world open a pizzeria in Milan, here the address

    Largo Corsia dei Servi 11,20122 Milano

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    Try Aromando Bistrot, via Pietro Moscati 13 for light italian modern cuisine, and Fioraio Bianchi, formerly a flowers shop and now a tiny cozy restaurant, via Montebello 7, not far from Pinacoteca di Brera, which is definitely worth a visit

    http://www.brera.beniculturali.it/Pa...ew_html?idp=83

    For supertypical hostaria try Trattoria Trippa, via Vasari 3, right now the talk of the town.

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    Bump. Will be in Milan for a few days - anything I should see? Where to eat?
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    just a quick question that do you guys think I can find any stores carry CCP in Milano?will be there for only 2 days⋯⋯
    thank you in advance

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    Hi all, i live in Milan from January 2016 and i want to refresh the lyst of the good butiques...
    Daad Dantone, here 90% of the pieces are SZ brands.
    Antonioli, you can find some SZ brands, like BBS, Rick, Ann or Guidi, but also brands like Marcelo Burlon, Givenchy, Off-White, Balmain ecc... More General store.
    In D-magazine outlet as mentioned, you can find good stuffs, like 11bybbs, rick, isaac sellam...but you have to spend a lot of time inside for search the goods..there are 3 boutiques, 2 near Montenapoleone, and one in "Tortona", near Porta Genova.
    Excelsior, behind Duomo, you can find something like rick, givenchy, balmain, y-3, and a lot of accessories like watches, or jewelry (not SZ brand).
    Antonia, if i'm not wrong is an Excelsior group boutique, you can find brands like Lanvin, Givenchy, Rick, Valentino, Balenciaga, Dries Van Noten ecc...
    XY outlet, really small shop near Antonioli, where you can find 11bybbs, isabel benenato, and some other good brands, really nice prices.
    Rinascente, for main brands like Lanvin, Givenchy, Gucci, Prada ecc...
    There is also Rick Owens main Boutique near Montenapoleone.
    Near Milan there is also Cottonclub shop, in Monza (20km far)
    In all these shops, from 2015 i've never seen CCP pieces.
    I think that Antonioli is the most "versatile" boutique, but if you search SZ brands the best for me is DaaD Dantone.
    Last edited by Campe92; 02-03-2017 at 05:18 PM.
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    For some elegant avant-garde japanese shopping in Milan (Yohji Y, Issey M, Junya W... ), I suggest to take a look at Boule de neige (man and woman) -->
    http://www.bouledeneige.it/stilisti.html

    Both shops are at the end of Corso Como, so you may arrive here from Piazza XXV Aprile (instead of Stazione Garibaldi) and avoid all the Hollywood/Lollapalloza fauna that lives at the other side of the street :D

    PS: for woman, your avantgarde girlfriend/wife/friend/classmate may find interesting another shop called Ivo Milan (Forme d'E, IS, Rick O...)
    http://www.ivomilan.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by jap808 View Post
    For some elegant avant-garde japanese shopping in Milan (Yohji Y, Issey M, Junya W... ), I suggest to take a look at Boule de neige (man and woman) -->
    http://www.bouledeneige.it/stilisti.html

    Both shops are at the end of Corso Como, so you may arrive here from Piazza XXV Aprile (instead of Stazione Garibaldi) and avoid all the Hollywood/Lollapalloza fauna that lives at the other side of the street :D

    PS: for woman, your avantgarde girlfriend/wife/friend/classmate may find interesting another shop called Ivo Milan (Forme d'E, IS, Rick O...)
    http://www.ivomilan.com/
    Ivo Milan is not in Milan...It is in Padova!
    "I'm not working in the mainstream, i'm working on the side street, side dark street, it is quite comfortable." [Yohji Yamamoto]

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    ops...
    nice excuse to take a trip to Padova, another beautiful city that your avantgarde girlfriend/wife/friend/classmate will love :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by jap808 View Post
    ops...
    nice excuse to take a trip to Padova, another beautiful city that your avantgarde girlfriend/wife/friend/classmate will love :D
    ahahah, if you go to Padova there are 2 other shops,
    XY store http://www.xy-store.it/negozio-abbigliamento-padova
    Primapagina http://www.boutique-primapagina.com/

    But we are going OT =)
    "I'm not working in the mainstream, i'm working on the side street, side dark street, it is quite comfortable." [Yohji Yamamoto]

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