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MILAN

Buongiorno bella Italia!

It’s so good to be back and had a different impression than three years ago. Especially now when everything is blooming and makes it even more beautiful and charming.

It was the first fashion capital that I visited when I start a modelling career. I think I’m old enough now to actually see it from other perspective. 😀

I love these days when you’re free as a bird and you can get lost in the city. So I’ve been cruising around the city and just taking it all in.

Milan has a lot to offer, from a breathtaking architecture, great food and wine and since it’s one of the biggest fashion capitals, obviously a great shopping, where you can shop till you drop, after you cheated on that slice of pizza :D. While you may not have the budget to shop designers clothing the city offers you lots of other boutiques and low cost clothing stores.

Galleria Vittorio Emanuele is probably the most famous place to shop where you can spend an enormous amount of money only for one designer bag. Other famous streets are Via Monte Napoleone, Della Spiga, Gesu, and Sant’Andrea, which are all connected together.

On Via Torino you find more casual style for younger people, same as Corso Buenos Aires.

Corso di Porta Ticinese is more for “alternative” shopping and second-hand stuff while Navigli Area, which goes down the canal, is for a real treasure hunters – street style goodies.

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Duomo

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Viale Berengario 

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Flower power

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Via Lorenzo Mascheroni

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Details.

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Largo Cairoli

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Via Dante

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Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II

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Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II

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Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II

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Streets of Milan

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Gelato

I’ll share in next posts what to see/ where to eat in Milan. Stay tuned, xo

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