Window Shopping with Mimi Berlin in Milan during Designweek 2019

Window Shopping Fashionfix

Window shopping in Milan is one of Mimi’s greatest pleasures. This week is all about furniture and industrial design ’cause it’s Milan Design Week #mdw19, but we do need our fashionfix so we took a stroll along the shop windows of the high-end fashion brands in the area around the Via Montenapoleone. Below some pictures we made for y’all, who don’t have the time to go shopping for fashion design.

From Industrial to Discotheque to Safari

From the top of our heads (and thus in a nutshell) we could not help but spot the following ‘trends’. ‘Discotheque’ with neon colors, hologram, shine and glitter in silver, gold and bright colors. ‘Industrial’ with neon lights, concrete, silver detailing and transparency or plastic. On the ‘Safari’ side of the ‘shop-window-spectrum’ in Milan: animals, in particular the giraffe, monkeys and birds. Furthermore we’ve seen some tie-dye, at Prada and Stella McCartney only, and of course the color pink in all kinds of romantic shades.

Pink

Shop windows with a very romantic and girlie vibe, in pink: from pastel to shocking. Pink. The larger-than-life easter egg is made by Cova

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Fuorisalone 2015: Window Shopping at the Via Monte Napoleone and Via Della Spiga

Fuorisalone 2015: Window Shopping at the Via Monte Napoleone and Via Della Spiga

During Milan Design week the shop windows of the fashion boutiques are always dressed up with interior design. We strolled the upscale shopping streets of Milan; the Via Monte Napoleone and the Via Della Spiga and took some pictures to share this experience with y’all…..Mimi Blogger Team also went inside for high-end drinks and nibbles at Pucci for Kartell and at the Alexander McQueen Flagship store at the via Verri to see designs by Studio Wieki Somers and Kvadrat incorporated instore.

Window Shopping in Milan during Design Week 2014

A short walk  through the Via Della Spiga and the Via Monte Napoleone during Milan Designweek, April 2014