This hidden outpost in the Navigli district was launched by JJ Martin, a former editor at Harper’s Bizarre and the WSJ, in 2015. It includes a number of exclusive archival prints. While the site offers a pretty deep dive into fabulously curated vintage, the new creations in the gorgeous Milanese silks and poplins.
Former Fashion editor and publisher Carla Sozzani conceived 10 Corso Como as a visual narrative using the gallery and bookshop as it’s core. Sozzani has structured a living magazine where editorial choices in food and fashion, music and art and lifestyle and designer constantly made by the visitor and customer ad they engage across so many arenas of interest. The Italian sociologist Francesco Morace in 1991 Coined for 10 Corso Como the term that would later become later the ” concept store’ by excellence.
Nina Yashar is one of the queens of the Italian design world, so there was an electric sense of excitement when the gallerist and furniture dealer opened Nilufar Depot three years ago. The space is a converted silverware factory near Milan’s Garibaldi train station, a three-story wonderland comprising thousands of historic and contemporary pieces, including work from legends like Gio Ponti and Piero Fornasetti. It’s not technically a museum, but coming here can feel like the ultimate education in Italian design. And because inventory changes all the time, there’s always something new to see, no matter how many times you go back. ( Goop)
After having worked more than 20 years in fashion as a spin yarn consultant for labels such Giorgio Armani and Donna Karan and for her family company, in 2002 she decided to transfer her passion for design as a private collector into an innovative gallery, a platform where to showcase her personal idea of design and lifestyle. She has been working as a curator for several exhibitions in Italy and abroad and she collaborated also with the high end brands in fashion, luxury and lifestyle. Her constant research worldwide has made her one of the most influent person in forecasting young and upcoming designers.Gallery Rossana Orlandi was opened in 2002 in a former tie Factory in the Magenta neighbor, Galleria Rossana Orlandi has been forecasting along the years new and upcoming designers and establishing the premise as one of the most revered platform for avant-garde Design and Lifestyle. Started her activity focusing on the rising dutch design wave with designers such Piet Hein Eek, Maarten Baas and Nacho Carbonell the research has moved widely around the world creating a catalog which reflects the most innovative scenes from Europe to Asia to America.
The space is articulated in a not traditional way mixing together, showroom, a retail store, offices and a courtyard for events and meeting with no boundaries between the different activities.