All in Milan
A Search Behind Appearances reflects on the state of affairs in design and prompts a consideration of the meanings that hide behind appearances.
The outstanding nearly 30 year old Australian skin, hair and body care brand, Aesop, recently opened its second store in the heart of the historical district in Milan.
"Did I just see art, design or fashion?", is something you might be asking yourself after having been to this exhibition; and this is was the aim.
Givenchy opens its newest store in Milan in a Wes Anderson-esque Italian palazzo.
Carlo e Camilla in Segheria is Milan’s most glamorous dining destination.
Italian luxury suit makers Caruso has chosen to do just that with its playful and whimsical, but beautifully . A five-minute movie is titled “The Good Italian” and is meant to promote the Italian lifestyle, which is Caruso’s inspiring concept.
The ‘body building’ exhibit, curated by Maria Cristina Didero. Designers Alberto Biagetti and Laura Baldassari collaborated in celebration of this year’s Milan Design Week to transform a bevy of humble gym equipment into beautifully elevated contemporary furniture.
Joining forces with Spanish designer and artist Jaime Hayon, mini’s ‘urban perspectives’ is a visionary installation which presents a vision of urban mobility in the future. on showcase at the laboratorio bergognone during the 2015 milan design week, the display’s main focus is on the MINI ‘citysurfer‘ concept
Paul Smith Via Manzoni will display a limited-edition Vanhulsteijn bicycle as part of Milan’s upcoming international furniture exhibition, Salone Internazionale del Mobile.