Milano and the ''quadrilatero della moda''
Milan, Italy's fashion capital, dedicates an entire district to the creations of internationally renowned fashion designers. The so-called Quadrilatero della Moda is a concentration of luxury, exclusive boutiques and jewellers that have made this network of streets one of the most coveted and famous corners of the city in the world.
Among the 4 main streets - via Montenapoleone, via Manzoni, via della Spiga, and Corso Venezia - is enclosed the paradise for shopping lovers from all over the world.
The Quadrilatero, however, is not just shopping, it is an exclusive opportunity to experience Milan and the magical atmosphere created by the glare of the lights in the shop windows, often true compositions of style and design.
Fox Town, located in Mendrisio, Switzerland, is one of the largest multi-brand outlets in Europe. With over 160 shops, it is the place for those who want to enjoy a day of shopping among the windows of the most famous designer names at very attractive prices.
Il Centro, inaugurated in 2016, is located in the old Alfa Romeo factories on the outskirts of Milan. It is famous for being the largest shopping centre in Europe with over 200 shops, 30 restaurants and various services for visitors. The Centre is the perfect place for an intense shopping session among the most famous main stream fashion brands.
Bellagio and the small craftsmen
Bellagio, the pearl of Lake Como, offers visitors an experiential journey through Italian traditions and excellence handed down from generation to generation.
Lose yourself in the alleys of this wonderful lake village, walk up the steps and cross the ancient vaults to discover the craft shops. You will admire the expert hands of the craftsmen working on their pieces of art with the passion that has been handed down, unchanged, for years. Clothing in pure silk, jewellery designed and forged by expert goldsmiths, blown glass and olive wood are just some of the products of absolute excellence that you will see walking through the village streets.