5 places with a connection to fashion in Milan
1) Costume moda immagine
Palazzo Morando is located in the ‘Fashion Quadrilateral’, the high-end shopping streets between Via Montenapoleone, Via Manzoni, Via della Spiga and Corso Venezia. A place to showcase and enhance the wealth of clothes and accessories from the past, analyse the image of the present and think of suggestions for the future.
2) Theatro alla Scala Ansaldo Workshops
All the Scala Theatre’s workshops are located here on the former Ansaldo industrial site: 20.000 square metres of warehouses for crafts (set design, sculpture, carpentry...), costume design and laundry. They also store over 60.000 stage costumes here and there is also a stage space that is identical to the Piermarini stage (La Scala). English tours available.
3) Armani Silos
This former grain silos contain a curated selection of clothes by the fashion brand from 1980 to today on four floors. Sections such as Stars, Daywear, Exotism, Chromatism and Light epitomise the vision of ‘King Giorgio’ and his timeless aesthetic.
4) Milano Fashion Library
This library, which originated in a private archive, narrates the history of fashion and clothing from the mid-19th century to the present, with magazines, publications – some very rare, catalogues, and lookbooks. They also have magazines specialised in knitwear, accessories and jewellery. An accessible and searchable collection.
5) APRITIMODA event
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