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    Peck: Foodstuff... of the classy variety

    by sierralyndon Written Apr 8, 2003

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    Peck is a Milanese institution. It is located on Via Spadari, off Via Torino (walk straight ahead away from the front of the Duomo towards Burger King).

    It has damned expensive stuff in there, but it is of the highest quality. I hardly ever get stuff here for myself, but tend to get small items as presents for other people.

    There is a wine cellar downstairs, general groceries/butcher/vegetables on the ground floor and teas/coffees/cakes/pastries upstairs. The pastries are DELICIOUS... try having afternoon tea there and ask for some of their yummy fruit pastries.

    Peck on Via Torino - closed on a Sunday
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    General Clothes Shopping

    by sierralyndon Written Apr 8, 2003

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    What to buy: If you want to go shopping without worrying too much about designer brands or burning too big a hole in your pocket my suggestions are the following areas:

    - Corso Vittorio Emanuele (and all around the Duomo)
    - Via Dante
    - Corso Vercelli
    - Corso Buenos Aires

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    Shopping for Designer Brands

    by sierralyndon Written Apr 8, 2003

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    For the most exclusive designer shopping, focus on the area around Via Manzoni, Via Montenapoleone and Via della Spiga. There is a four storey Armani superstore and a lovely Gucci megastore (one of those places with no price tags on the items on display). These places intimidate me no end, so I only ever go in when I'm dressed "properly".

    Via della Spiga on a quiet Sunday
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  • Versace, Roberto Cavalli, Prada, Armani: Top design

    by Stylist Written Dec 23, 2002

    The top designers of Italy has their head quarter here in Milan. It is obligatoric to take a visit to their mainstore. if you dont buy anything at least its worth looking.

    What to buy: everything you can affore. the dresses from Versace are wonderful. or what about a lepard-printed coat from Cavalli?

    What to pay: a lot

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  • Dolce & Gabbana: Dolce&Gabbana

    by Stylist Written Dec 23, 2002

    the best designers ever. Fantastic fabric and style. Colors. Clothes made for real women. inspired by the Sicilian women.
    Dolce&Gabbana-fantastic clothes. stylish and trendy.Superstars like Madonna, Jennifer and Kylie wears it. always hot & trendy.
    D&G: underline, ultra trendy clothes. more alternative, and stronger theme than the main line.
    &Jeans-casual, the least expensive one. lots of knitted sweaters.

    What to buy: buy everything!
    the quality of the pant are the best

    What to pay: unfortunately, very expensive. &Jeans are the cheapest line.

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    Fiorucci: Emporium Shopping

    by TRimer Updated Sep 10, 2002

    The emporium-like basement has countless small stalls with everything from kitchen gadgets to Oshkosh for kids, household objects from North Africa, buttons, stationery, books, a woman who reads your fortune in the cards for $20 (only afternoons), little gold animal charms from Pomellato, hair ornaments from all over the world, a Swatch counter, and the ultimate for newborns, tiny sweaters knit in silk or cashmere, in pink, lime, pale yellow, and white. The three-story emporium also sells the traditional Fiorucci jeans (considered by many women the best-fitting), underwear, t-shirts, and jackets.

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    Golden Triangle: Designer Shopping

    by TRimer Updated Sep 10, 2002

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    The Golden Triangle of Shopping
    Names such as Dolce & Gabbana, Ferragamo, Gucci, Missoni, Prada, Trussardi, Versace and Valentino read like a veritable ABC of Italian chic. Those lacking the supreme self-confidence to enter inside such hallowed ground as Gianni Versace's four floors of couture (on Via Montenapoleone 2) should stick to window-shopping paradise on Via della Spiga, where traffic is banned

    What to buy: Purses, shoes, the latest clothes, gloves. This is designer heaven, especially if you were there during the kick-off to Fashion Week.

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    Bottega Del Vino

    by desert_princess Written Nov 10, 2005

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    A shop possessing a great selection of wines from all corners of the planet ,and everything that could be eaten with it
    Highly recommended !!!

    Bottega Del Vino
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    Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II: Shopping near the duomo

    by angidesign Written Nov 7, 2005

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    Its not ONE shop - there a many shops and restaurants as well - for example a very nice Prada shop ;-) Beside the shops: a nice architecture...

    What to buy: Design Fashion

    What to pay: A LOT!

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    • Women's Travel

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    Galleria Vittorio Emanuele

    by Bregman Written May 24, 2005

    The Galleria Vittorio Emanuele is a fancy shopping mall right next to the cathedral. It is full with beautiful shops, so even if you don't plan on buying anything you should go in for a look.

    Galleria Vittorio Emanuele

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