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“One of my favorite stores in the world!”
Review of 10 Corso Como

10 Corso Como
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US$77.77*
and up
Milan Segway Tour by Night
Ranked #86 of 903 things to do in Milan
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Fee: No
Recommended length of visit: 2-3 hours
Owner description: From Moroccan slippers to Indian rugs, you can probably find it at this grand bazaar, which is filled with eclectic and unusual clothes and home items from around the world.
Reviewed 24 April 2014

This store is beautiful and has amazing designers and items. I got a fabulous Rick Owens leather jacket here, along with many Alaia things, and a very special Rodarte dress. In addition to great designers and an amazing selection of clothing, they have wonderful cosmetics and perfumes. I love the packaging when they ship you an item. Everyone here speaks English. Is in a cute neighborhood.

Thank travelingworkingmom
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Reviewed 20 April 2014

If you can afford to shop at Via Della Spiga but find the ambience too stuffy, this is the place for you: a hip, creative mixture of staple brands like Chloe, Marni, Jil Sander and fresh design (Watanabe, Comme des Garçons, Craven). Just to be clear: an Alaia dress retails at the same 2000 Euro price tag it would at its own boutique, and Louboutin shoes are Louboutin shoes here too! But you may find more creative accessories, perfumes, bags or ways to mix your outfit and the store personnel actually leaves you to rummage and experiment in peace. Depending on how you like to shop you might find this unattentive (at Via Della Spiga they will definitely be all over you) but I actually found this refreshingly relaxed! A real experience!

2  Thank Aporelmundo
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Reviewed 18 April 2014

Nice area full of restaurants shops and historical site. There is also a new place called Eataly where you could shop and try each of the different cuisines available on each floor (3 fl overall). You could also buy the traditional Italian engrediant for cooking the best meals, you could also find the finest famous olio picante (chili oil). In one word it simply Italy.

Thank PierreAbouKhalil
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Reviewed 1 February 2014

Be prepared for "wow" many times. From jewelry, to shoes, but also dresses, shirts, bags, and everything else a man or a woman wants, there are some very unusual options. You will be surprised by the originality, at some point, even wondering if this is actually for sale, or just for the show? Maybe I missed a part, but I found it relatively small and made it in 30 minutes which is not exactly what TripAdvisor recommends.

2  Thank Emmanuel T
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Reviewed 20 January 2014

Cool but really, 11 euros for 2 cappuccinos? A lot of try hards walking around, spending too much money on stuff they don't need... but the garden is beautiful and the shop itself well designed, spacious and Milan-esque. If you're into design/fashion of course you know it and should come... just don't waste money at the cafe.

3  Thank Michelle B
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