Marie Claire (South Africa) - - FASHION REPORT -

Luck­ily it wasn’t all work and no play and there was some time to pop off to these top spots in Italy’s fash­ion cap­i­tal. Do the same when you’re there

EAT Pane e

Ac­qua De­sign-art tastemaker and owner of Spazio Ros­sana Or­landi gallery, Ros­sana Or­landi has opened up a small eatery show­cas­ing in­cred­i­ble pieces by de­sign­ers like Na­cho Car­bonell (both of whom re­cently vis­ited South Africa for Guild 2014 – a fair for in­ter­na­tional col­lectible de­sign). Paneac­ SLEEP Rosa Grand Ho­tel sits on the doorstep of the Duomo and the shop­ping district that runs along­side it on Via Mon­te­napoleone, and stands a few steps away from La Scala. Rosagrand.starho­

DRINK Ho­tel Principe Di Savoia

The best way to nib­ble and drink your way through Mi­lan’s best culi­nary of­fer­ing is to ex­pe­ri­ence aper­i­tivo. And the most lux­u­ri­ous is to en­joy the Ital­ian tra­di­tion of snack­ing and drink­ing be­fore din­ner (or­der some­thing like an Aperol spritz or a vino and you can help yourself to a com­pli­men­tary plate of any­thing from pasta to breads and cheeses) at the luxe Principe Bar where the Fash­ion Week set hang out. Dorch­ester­col­lec­

SHOP & other

sto­ries Part of the H&M group, ex­pect ev­ery­thing from beauty prod­ucts to ac­ces­sories and ready-to-wear fash­ion that feels like it’s straight off the run­way, as if you were privy to the rails back­stage. Ev­ery item in this store feels in­cred­i­bly well-made and is sold at rea­son­able prices. Sto­ PAUSE Teatro alla Scala This is, in my opin­ion, the only place to watch opera in Mi­lan as it is one of the world’s most renowned opera houses. Make sure you dress up, but with the fi­nesse of a Mi­lanese sar­to­ri­al­ist. Teatroal­las­

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