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Fashion Week Hotspots: Milan

12/12/2011 11:08 | Updated 22 May 2015

The New York and London shows have been and gone, but the Fashion Week frenzy doesn't stop there. Next up is Milan, where the fashion crowd will be sampling the best Italian cuisine while keeping an eye on the catwalks. Find out where to eat, sleep and drink in our guide to Milan's hottest hangouts below.

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Fashion Week Hotspots: Milan

Giorgio Armani has collaborated with the renowned Japenese restaurant chain Nobu. The result? Nobu Armani - one of the coolest places to eat in Milan. Located within the city's Armani building, eating sushi has never been so stylish. The lounge bar is the perfect place to sip cocktails, while the restaurant area on the floor above oozes sophistication. The new style of cuisine isn't bad either, with Latin American and Peruvian influences making Nobu's menu better than ever.

Find out more at Nobu Armani.

Fashion Week Hotspots: Milan Maison Moschino is different, dreamlike and decadent; everything you would expect from one the most fun and eccentric brands in fashion. Housed in one of Italy's oldest railway stations, the beautiful white exterior is as breathtaking as the fairy tale inspired rooms inside. Expect tree shaped bedposts, giant cupcake cushions, chandeliers decorated with sweets and fluffy clouds hanging from the ceiling. We've got our eyes on the ballgown bed.

Find out more at Maison Moschino.

Fashion Week Hotspots: Milan For the best happy hour in town, stop by the Bulgari Hotel to sample the exclusive Bulgari cocktail. Located in the prestigious Brea district and set in a beautiful private garden, this luxurious location is not to be missed. If cocktails aren't your thing, locals can often be spotted enjoying light lunches in the garden itself. Pure luxury? Definitely.

Find out more at Bulgari Hotels.

Fashion Week Hotspots: Milan See some the best artwork from the 20th century at Milan's Museo del Novecento, located in the Palazzo dell'Arengario. Even if you aren't up for venturing inside, the building itself is worth taking in.

Find out more at Museo del Novecento.

Fashion Week Hotspots: Milan See some the best artwork from the 20th century at Milan's Museo del Novecento, located in the Palazzo dell'Arengario. Even if you aren't up for venturing inside, the building itself is worth taking in.

Find out more at Museo del Novecento.

Fashion Week Hotspots: Milan Pick up some one of a kind treasures at Ennji, one of Milan's most loved boutique stores. The shop is literally decorated with clothes, shows and accessories. A fashion lover's dream!

Find out more at Ennji.

Fashion Week Hotspots: Milan Swarovski have recently opened a brand new shop in Milan, and it's safe to say it's lighting up the Via Dante district. The boutique's 'Crystal Forest' theme is unique to this store, with more crystals to chose from than ever before.

Browse the collection at Swarovski.

Fashion Week Hotspots: Milan

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