Invasion à la Française

Goyard, Chloé, and Céline: “Contemporary Invaders”. Ooh la la! Burst of French fashion boutiques brightens Via Montenapoleone’s Golden Block. Goyard, the oldest French trunk maker has arrived in Via Gesù, at the corner of Via Monte Napoleone. Chloé, the Parisian fashion house founded in 1952 by Gaby Aghion, landed at 30, Via della Spiga. French luxury brand Céline has re-opened its completely restyled flagship in Milan on Via Monte Napoleone 25/2.
Via Monte Napoleone,“one-of-a-kind Street”. Upscale Shopping is not a casual sport in Via Monte Napoleone Shopping District.  Whether you've got powerful credit cards, or just love luxury window shopping, Via Monte Napoleone is the ideal place to go for an ‘healthy’ retail therapy. SHOPAHOLIC LUXURY AGENDA |  Essential information   for luxury globeshoppers. Gucci has introduced Gucci DIY (Do It Yourself) service, exclusively available in the Milan Via Monte Napoleone flagship. The latest on  Pomellato, Dolce & Gabbana, Celine, Baldinini, Salvini, Venini, Jimmy Choo, Moschino, Chloè, Borbonese, Ferutdin Zakirov, Chanel.

MonteNapoleone Yacht Club & Unique 2016. Some of the most famous names in yachting and luxury came together in Milan (May 16-22) to celebrate the second MonteNapoleone Yacht Club & Unique.

Design Inside Out 2016

Milano Moda Design meets Montenapoleone Design Experience.  Milano Moda Design is the international event curated by Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana (The National Chamber for Italian Fashion) that takes place along with the Milan Furniture Fair  and that celebrates the now famous union between fashion and design.  The contamination between the two worlds, both excellences of the Made in Italy, gives greater value to the fashion griffes that find in Home Design and Home Textile a natural continuity of style. The pursuit of innovation, beauty and discovery typical of fashion is mirrored in art and design, and Via Monte Napoleone is  the perfect space of display. Via Montenapoleone Snapshots on  AUDI CITY LAB, La Perla, Louis Vuitton, Versace. “ALTRA BELLEZZA” by GAETANO PESCE at PALAZZO MORANDO.


Mirella Denti Jewellery, “so chic, so gorgeous”.  There, in Mirella’s “lounge of dreams”, lie  fabulous creations by Fabergé, David Webb, Cartier, Bulgari, Tiffany, Van Cleef  Arpels, Maboussin, Lalique, Bulgari and Mirella Denti.

The Times They Are a-Changin'

Fashion R(e)Evolution, Exhibitions & Protest. ‘See-Now, Buy-Now’: R(e)Evolution or Semantic? Wait and See.
It wouldn’t be MILANO MODA DONNA Fashion Week  without  ‘R(e)Evolution,  Exhibitions & Protest’. The six-day event will see 73 runway shows, 90 presentations – nine of them by invitation – and another 13 events. The Sartorialist’s LA PASSEGGIATA / THE WALK Outdoor Exhibition in Via Montenapoleone. Royal Palace is to present the exhibition “THE ART OF THE ITALIAN BIJOU”. Naked PETA Activists In Gas Masks Kick Off Milan Fashion Week With Anti-Fur Protest.

G. Lorenzi, is back in Via Monte Napoleone! Italian luxury brand Larusmiani  reserved  an exclusive space for the wide range of Aldo Lorenzi’s exquisite accessories that found a new home in the historic Larusmiani Concept Boutique at number 7 on Via Monte Napoleone. The boutique dates back to 1954 and is the oldest tailor’s shop and ready to wear boutique on Via Montenapoleone; Conde Nast Traveller and Wallpaper defined it as one of the ten best boutiques in the world. Guglielmo Miani and Aldo Lorenzi: the natural and brilliant elegance of two men who play with the essence of style and break the rules.

Ecce Homo? Prima Donna!

Via Gesù vs Savile Row. The Quest for the Best. Men fashion is definitely taking centerstage in growth these days as Milan launches its own version of Savile Row. Milan's Via Gesù becomes “La Via Dell’Uomo” ("Men's Street") – a gentlemen's row, the epicenter of men’s Italian lifestyle. The goal is to transfer the Via Gesù into a shopping street exclusively for men, allowing the fast-paced gentleman of today to find “all the services and accessories he is used to” all in one place. “Via Gesù is more than Savile Row or any other shopping streets, which are deserted after the stores are closed. It is a lively street, with residences and which has held onto its authentic Milan-style vibrancy with normal activities that take place every day,” says Umberto Angeloni, President and CEO of Caruso.