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  • At the metro station between 5th Avenue and 53rd Street in Manhattan, the closest to the MoMa, there is a new design installation that might surprise commuters and tourists alike. The walls next to the platform of the E and M train have now a new look which, has someone as already commented on social media about, looks like the one of the Milanese metro system. Why?

    Paolo Peroni January 17, 2020
  • The color yellow is that color between green and orange on the spectrum of visible (by human beings) light.  The color yellow belongs with blue and red to the category of the primary colors.

    Paolo Peroni June 19, 2018
  • Here at The Milan City Journal we like to talk about those who do a great job and these girls behind Checking Invoices surely do! Their profile has the ability to merge the stunning scenes of Milan with the power of the city's main industry: fashion. Learn the story behind this Instagram phenomenon.

    Paolo Peroni September 6, 2019
  • The cancellation of the MET Gala turns once again the spotlight on the huge economic impact that meetings and events have. There are plenty of suppliers which are going to suffer major financial losses due to this decision.

    Paolo Peroni March 17, 2020
  • 10 Corso Como in New York is now open We had the chance to visit 10 Corso Como in New York just a few weeks before the grand opening of the store in the South Seaport District, and now that the iconic negozio owned by Carla Sozzani has officially opened its doors we went back to Manhattan to see how things are going in the up-and-coming district next to Pier 17. Accessories The store surely replicates the same look and feel of its Milanese version. The fashion, design and photography enthusiasts will not be disappointed. It opens on a grand…

    Paolo Peroni February 15, 2019
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The Milan City Journal

2001-2020: The Gilded Age of Tourism

The world has changed suddenly and what awaits us when the crisis is over will be a new world. We will not return to normal, we are moving towards a new normal. The fear of contagion, even when the crisis seems to have subsided, will greatly influence consumer choices. Domestic tourism will be favored, attention to hygiene and health of people must necessarily be part of the strategic promotion plan for hotels, as it was safety for airlines after the collapse of the Twin Towers in New York .

Men’s fashion week 2020 in Milan

This year’s men fashion week will be held in Milan from the 10th ot the 14th of January 2020 in several venues across town. The most prestigious event facilities, hotels and restaurants will be seeing models and celebrities taking over the entire city in a five-days event.

In Milan fashion houses and wineries meet for a posh grape harvest

From 7 to 13 October the Via Montenapoleone and the surrounding streets will host a series of highly prestigious events, promoting the excellence of Made in Italy and once again giving great prominence to the city of Milan, and to the Italian context in general, as points of reference for a quality production that grows over time and becomes increasingly valuable.

October in Milan: here is what to do

October in Milan is going to be a very hectic month. From the stunning art exhibitions at Fondazione Prada to the long list of concerts happening in the many venues of the city. If you like running the Deejay Ten is a not to be missed opportunity. Read to learn more about the beginning of autumn here in the capital of fashion and design.

Spitzmaus Mummy in a Coffin and Other Treasures at Fondazione Prada

Spitzmaus Mummy in a Coffin and Other Treasures the new exhibition at Fondazione Prada is now open and will be till the 13th of January 2020. The exhibition has been conceived by Juman Malouf, the Lebanese illustrator and designer and Wes Anderson, the movie director behind masterpieces like The Royal Tenenbaums (2001), The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou (2004) and The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014).

Best and worst of the Milan fashion Week

The Milan Fashion Week is about to end. It’s been a week of exciting news for the fashion enthusiasts and industry professionals who spent their time running from the many venues that hosted the main events of the Milan Fashion Week. More than a hundred fashion shows have taken the entire city and showed to the world how the spring and summer seasons will look like. Here is what we liked and what we didn’t of this past few days.

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