On February, Milan gives you the opportunity to discover some of the most important events about Fashion, Art and Culture. Let’s see what to do in Milan, especially for St. Valentine.
From February 21st to 27th Milan hosts Women Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2019. For the occasion, Moncler is going to open with a fashion show focused of the importance of Milan for the brand.
Are looking for some vintage stuff?
Palazzo Morando (via Sant’Andrea 6) hosts Outfit ‘900, an exhibition of clothes used by women of the’ 900 for big occasions, such as: marriage, social debut, dances, theater premiers and gala evenings.
The exhibition includes precious clothes from the 20s, recently restored, made by the Paris Worth and Liberty boutiques.
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From February 1st you can visit the brand new Frida Kahlo Exhibition at MUDEC and know more about this brilliant artist from Mexico.
Analyzing her works, the exhibition will be developed through four sections: woman, hearth, politics, pain.
Big news: on Tuesdays, university students pay only €7,00!
Meanwhile at Science Museum, Leonardo 39. The construction of a myth traces the genesis and the context of Leonardo da Vinci and the Italian Inventions, in comparison to the exhibition of 1939, that represented the most important – but also discussed – cultural event never conceived around the figure of Leonardo. Getting curious?
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St. Valentine in Milan
If you’re planning to visit Milan for St. Valentine, on Sunday bring your partner to Belvedere, at 39th floor of Palazzo Lombardia.
As for the past years, you don’t need to book: just enjoy the panoramic point of the Skyscraper headquarters of the Regional Council.
From Belvedere – the highest skyscraper in Italy – visitors can admire a wide and spectacular view of the city and a horizon that it goes as far as the peaks of the Alpine arc.
On the ground floor, meanwhile, Palazzo Lombardia hosts the Colonne dell’Arte exhibition with some works of the Verticale Museum, realized by Italian and foreign artists, who used original materials and techniques.
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From Palazzo Lombardia, take a walk to Piazza Gae Aulenti: it’s time for ice-skating!
After the success of last year, until February 25th, you can skate under the skyscrapers of Porta Nuova every day from 10.00 to midnight.
How romantic, isn’t it?