10 Corso Como : Is a cutting edge collection of the edgiest European designers for men and women as well as logo products from the store.
Aspesi: The best all weather jackets in Europe. Difficult to find in the United States, supported by a ready to wear line for men and women. P.S. they also carry Comme des Garcons.
Fornasettiana: A remarkably directional graphic artist whose work is featured on men’s ties to furniture in this museum quality store
Tod's :The originator of the driving moccasin for fashionable feet, Tod’s continues to set the pace in footwear for men and women
Sermoneta Gloves: The most colorful and luxurious leather gloves in Europe…they feel like buttah.
Outetrolet: The famous print designer, Etro has a factory outlet in the center of Milan. A don’t miss stop on Via Spartaco.
Toy Watch: The uber trendy ultra lightweight, watches with exaggerated scale. The must have accessory for every lifestyle
Prada: Don’t miss the original shop in the galleria next to the Duomo. Its iconic style and contemporary merchandise make it the flagship star
Cavalli e Nastri: Fabulous vintage finds from accessories to Ready-to-Wear featuring Chanel to Hermes.
Fiorucci: Recently revamped, Fiorucci reigns as the must stop for Italian kitsch.
Replay : The premier Italian jean manufacturer, a vast space featuring styles for infants to adults.
Pellini Bijoux: Unquestionably the most unforgettable costume jewelry in Milan, often featured on the runway with high end collections with locations Via Morigi, 9 and Via Menzoni, 20.