MILAN — As fashion designers and followers adjust to a season of digital presentations, there’s one part of the seasonal whirlwind the format can’t replace: the perks of discovering a city and enjoying it like a local in between shows.
In the case of Milan, that means having an espresso in a historic café, getting lunch or an “aperitivo” al fresco, strolling down the little streets of the Brera district, making quick detours to indulge in art at local museums and shopping new pieces of clothing and design to show off back home.
But, in the Internet age, there’s no distance that a couple of clicks can’t cover. Here, a brief guide to re-creating the Italian experience at home.
Fashion is a big deal in Milan, but the city is also the epicenter of design and furniture. Leading international events like