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Aspesi

The cult brand, cre­ated in 1969 by fash­ion veteran Al­berto Aspesi, fea­tures quirky, tai­lored

lines, el­e­gant de­tails and nat­u­ral ma­te­ri­als. His cur­rent col­lec­tions are still based on the orig­i­nal “no-frills” phi­los­o­phy and will ap­peal to all those who like their out­er­wear with­out flashy la­bels. Open Mon-Sat 10am-7pm. www.aspesi.it. Via Mon­te­napoleone, 13. T: 02 76022478. M1 San Ba­bila, M3 Mon­te­napoleone. Map G4

Boggi Mi­lano

An easy yet so­phis­ti­cated look for busi­ness­men on the go, but, above all, a guar­an­tee of style for those who ap­pre­ci­ate qual­ity. Boggi Mi­lano of­fers gar­ments aimed at a con­tem­po­rary, mod­ern and cos­mopoli­tan man who is not pre­pared to sac­ri­fice the clas­sics of the male wardrobe: the suit, a se­cond skin that is so com­fort­able that it can be worn on any oc­ca­sion.

Sev­eral lo­ca­tions: Gal­le­ria Pas­sarella 2-Corso Europa, Corso Ver­celli 23/25, Corso Ma­genta 2, Corso Buenos Aires cor­ner of via Caretta 1, Largo Au­gusto 3, Via Mad­dalena 9-Corso Italia, Corso di Porta Ro­mana 76, Stazione Cen­trale-Pi­azza Duca d'Aosta. www.boggi.com. Flag­ship Store: Pi­azza San Ba­bila, 3 (T: 02 76000366. Open MonSat 10am-8pm; Sun 10.30am-1.30pm/3pm-8pm). M1 San Ba­bila. Map G4

Del Mare 1911

Since its in­cep­tion, the brand has been a ref­er­ence point for stylish menswear. Soughtafter col­lec­tions stem­ming from a con­tin­u­ous study of com­bi­na­tions, colours and pat­terns suit­able for con­tem­po­rary menswear, where tra­di­tion blends with creative ex­per­i­men­ta­tion and the on­go­ing search for high qual­ity. Madein-Italy fab­rics and nat­u­ral fibers, in­clud­ing wool, cot­ton and linen, play an im­por­tant role in all of its col­lec­tions. Its ar­ti­sanal her­itage serves as a source of in­spi­ra­tion for im­pec­ca­bly tai­lored lines, fea­tur­ing a com­bi­na­tion of in­no­va­tive and clas­sic styles, to out­fit men on all oc­ca­sions. Sev­eral lo­ca­tions: via Or­efici, corso Europa, corso di Porta Ro­mana, corso Ver­celli and viale Gorizia. Open Mon-Sat from 10am-7.30pm; Sun 11am2pm/3pm-7pm. Via Or­efici, 5 . T: 02 8053719. M1-M3 Duomo.Map F4

K-Way

The brand has its first stand-alone store in the cen­tre of Mi­lan in via Ugo Fos­colo, near the Gal­le­ria Vittorio Emanuele II. The bou­tique car­ries cloth­ing and ac­ces­sories for men, women and chil­dren. An in­no­va­tive, high-tech space whose of­fer is de­signed to guide cus­tomers in their choice of gar­ments. Its win­dow fea­tures high-tech plasma screens to in­form cus­tomers about prices and spe­cial of­fers while, once in­side, cus­tomers can use the dig­i­tal Fac­to­tums on-hand to view prices, dis­counts, sizes and avail­abil­ity. www.k-way.com. Via Ugo Fos­colo, 8. T: 02 86996389. M1-M3 Duomo. Map F4

Larus­mi­ani Con­cept Bou­tique

A Con­cept Bou­tique ex­tend­ing over 700 sq.m. on three floors, it oozes sim­plic­ity and un­der­stated lux­ury, re­flect­ing the sub­tlety of its sump­tu­ous ap­parel. The per­fect place to build your wardrobe with ex­clu­sive pieces. Larus­mi­ani takes lux­ury re­tail to a new level. Open Mon-Sat 10am-7.30pm; Sun 10.30am-1.30pm/2.30pm-7pm. www.larus­mi­ani.it. Via Mon­te­napoleone, 7. T: 02 76006957. M1 San Ba­bila. Map G4

Man­zoni 24

A stylish lo­ca­tion in the heart of the city where cus­tomers can dis­cover all the el­e­gance of its uber-luxe fur col­lec­tions. So­phis­ti­cated cre­ations for those who ap­pre­ci­ate mod­ern style and tra­di­tional Ital­ian crafts­man­ship. Its spe­cial­ized staff is on-hand to sug­gest the look best suited to each and ev­ery cus­tomer's in­di­vid­ual re­quire­ments. Open 10am-2pm/3pm-7pm. www.con­dor­pelli.it. Via Man­zoni, 24. T: 02 76001395. M3 Mon­te­napoleone. Map F4

Marella

Marella of­fers a full, di­ver­si­fied range of de­signs boast­ing a re­fresh­ingly con­tem­po­rary spirit, in keep­ing with the lat­est trends. Its coats, jack­ets and suits, de­signed to be paired with small easy chic pieces, are an ab­so­lute must. Se­duc­tive, easy-to-wear gar­ments for el­e­gant, dy­namic women. www.marella.com. Corso Vittorio Emanuele cor­ner of Pi­azza Lib­erty. T: 02 76012747. M1-M3 Duomo. Map F4 • Corso XXII Marzo, 4. T: 02 5463754. Map H4

Ma­rina Ri­naldi

Renowned for its taste­ful, plus-size ap­parel for fash­ion­able women, Ma­rina Ri­naldi of­fers a wide range of col­lec­tions, fea­tur­ing both con­tem­po­rary and clas­sic lines that are up­dated on a sea­sonal ba­sis. These in­clude dresses, jack­ets, coats, bags, ac­ces­sories for a to­tal look that ex­udes class and el­e­gance. Open Mon-Sat 10am-8pm; Sun 10.30am-8pm. it.mari­nar­i­naldi. com. Pi­azza del Lib­erty, 2. T: 02 782065. M1-M3 Duomo. Map F4

Max Mara

An Ital­ian fash­ion house known for its readyto-wear cloth­ing. Es­tab­lished in 1951, since its in­cep­tion, Max Mara has al­ways of­fered clean­cut, beau­ti­fully tai­lored lines. Al­though it has nu­mer­ous sales points scat­tered through­out Mi­lan, Italy and the rest of the world, it is not a chain store but rather a real de­signer la­bel. Open Mon-Sat 10am-7.30pm; Sun 10.30am7.30pm. www.max­mara.com. Corso Vittorio Emanuele II. T: 02 76008849. M1-M3 Duomo, M1 San Ba­bila. Map G4

No­bili

At its new show­room lo­cated in­side an his­toric ‘palazzo' in via Man­zoni, in the ‘Quadri­latero della moda', No­bili of­fers fash­ion-for­ward cash­mere knitwear for women and men. Its lux­u­ri­ous, so­phis­ti­cated gar­ments, also de­signed for warm weather wear, are en­tirely pro­duced in Italy. In ad­di­tion to a se­ries of ‘made-to-mea­sure' pieces for all sea­sons, No­bili is renowned for us­ing su­pe­rior nat­u­ral yarns, in­clud­ing Ital­ian cash­mere-silk and 100% Scot­tish cash­mere. The com­pany re­cently launched ‘No­bili cash­mere Par­fum', a unique fra­grance in­fused with the essence of cash­mere which has al­ready re­ceived re­sound­ing suc­cess. Open Mon-Fri 9.30am6.30pm. www.no­bil­im­i­lano.it. Via A. Man­zoni, 43. T: 02 36752870. M3 Mon­te­napoleone. Map F3

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