Piazza Francesco Crispi, 3
On the most beautiful corner of Piazza Croci, 600 sq. meters of shop floor, 16 big windows are totally dedicated to luxury.
The store was opened in the late '60s, its furniture was designed by the architect Scarpa and it has been renovated many times over the years.
It was last renovated in 2001 by the Milanese architects Carmellini and Magnoli.
"Grani-resina" floors, gold and silver mosaics, white-and-grey stucco walls and shelves of steel and glass modernize the space so clean and minimalist as to show up clothes, bags and shoes.
The "L" layout inside the store has several insets, which dedicated a single design label. There is a part dedicated to accessories and a VIP area for the most demanding customers.