Milan is not only the capital of luxury Made In Italy: the historical center is full of Fast Fashion Stores where you can get big deals.

Read more to discover the most interesting places for shopping in Milan.

In Italy, sales season starts on the first Saturday of July and goes on for the whole month; some shops keep discounts even on August.

If you are looking for a complete guide on where to go to get big deals on summer… Well, here we go!


Duomo Square

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Just a few steps from our shop you can go across the most important streets of fast fashion in Milan:

  • Corso Vittorio Emanuele II
  • Via Torino
  • Via Orefici
  • Via Dante

What do they have in common? They all start from Duomo Square!

Talking about stores, this area hosts Italian brands (Motivi, OVS, Kiko), European brands (Zara, H&M, Accessorize) and extra European ones (Alcott, Muji, Disney).

In via Orefici, in particular, you can buy many clothes Made in Italy from Magazzini Firme, an outlet that sells only items coming from luxury brands, such as Armani, Dolce & Gabbana and Versace.


Porta Venezia

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Porta Venezia district is just a few stops from Duomo, moving to the Northern side.

Fashion District (or as we call it, Quadrilatero della Moda), is just in between of these two areas: it’s known for the most important brands in terms of Luxury.

Just above Fashion District you will be in front of Giardini Indro Montanelli, a beautiful English style park that ends at the beginning of Corso Buenos Aires.

After Duomo Area, Corso Buenos Aires is the most important street for shopping: big stores and small shops, café, gelaterie…

We recommend you to visit it in the morning, because it’s very crowded!



Porta Ticinese

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If you think that Duomo and Corso Buenos Aires are too mainstream for you, Porta Ticinese is a good choice.

Porta Ticinese, together with Navigli District, is the heart of pop underground culture: indie shops, showrooms, ateliers, vintage shops will show you the creativity of young Italian stylists and designers, taking care of a good balance between quality and price.

Wanna see Porta Ticinese and Navigli District without getting tired?



Stazione Centrale

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Are you looking for a special gift last minute?

Central Railway Station (Centrale FS, green line and yellow line) has been renovated few years ago with 3 floors full of shops, bars and restaurants.

If you are leaving for another city in Italy (Florence, Venice or Rome, for example), this could be the last occasion to have shopping in Milan. Hurry up!