If you’re in the market for a precious work on paper, this is a good place to browse the stock room. The family behind this gallery has...
Museo Bagatti Valsecchi
Though born a few centuries too late, the Bagatti Valsecchi brothers, Fausto and Giuseppe, were determined to be Renaissance men, and...
E’spa at Gianfranco Ferré
Luxurious surrounds - waxed stucco and shiny wood walls, a Bisazza glass-mosaic floor in black and gold, a private garden - aim for...
In the basement of the Armani superstore, this club has a subtle Japanese-Modernist aesthetic, the calm of which you’ll need after the...
Service in Il Teatro’s lovely but formal dining room within the Four Seasons Hotel is disarmingly, unexpectedly warm and the menu sings...
Via della Spiga 36 · interesting places nearby
Alan Journo information
To accessorise in style, head to Italy’s famous milliner Alan Journo . The word ‘milliner’ derives from ‘Milan’, dating back to the 16th century, when the city’s residents were known for their head-turning caps and bonnets.