New Milan Trend Blends Luxury Fashion and Gourmet Dining


In many of Milan’'s restaurants, art and fashion have become as much a part of the restaurant as the food itself

Milan'’s culinary scene is taking it up a notch, blending the city’'s love for both high-end fashion and food. The result? Designer label food. Sounds a bit messy, pairing pizza with pashminas and braised beef with Italian leather, but that’'s exactly what the food scene in Milan seems to be moving toward. At Agua and Food, shoppers can browse for luxury clothes while looking above to select a dried salami for supper. At the Armani Hotel, diners can enjoy views of the Duomo or sit at the chef’'s table while some of the city’s most talented culinary masters serve your meal.

In many of Milan’'s restaurants, art and fashion have become as much a part of the restaurant as the food itself. Designer Roberto Cavalli'’s restaurant is one of the hottest spots to find celebrities during Milan Fashion Week, with an interior fit with animal prints and bronze hues that could be found on any Twiggy look-alike strutting her stuff on the catwalk. The trend is catching fast, with many of the fashion world’'s top brands joining forces with Milan’'s rich culinary traditions.


From Café Kitsuné to Simon Porte Jacquemus’ Citron.

Some people live to dress, while others live to eat. Then there are also those who love fashion as much as they are passionate about food. Over the past couple of years, we’ve seen a surge of cafés and restaurants opened by fashion brands and retailers across the world, feeding style enthusiasts with bites and drinks that look as couture-esque as can be. No complaints here, because who doesn’t love a picture-perfect Instagram of a coffee dusted with the Dior house logo, or a piece of cake shaped like the iconic Tiffany & Co. blue box?

From Paris and New York City, to Tokyo and Seoul, we’ve rounded up some of the best cafés and restaurants every fashion fanatic should visit during their next vacation. Read on to learn about eateries affiliated with Jacquemus, Fendi, Maison Kitsuné, Mansur Gavriel and more.


From Café Kitsuné to Simon Porte Jacquemus’ Citron.

Some people live to dress, while others live to eat. Then there are also those who love fashion as much as they are passionate about food. Over the past couple of years, we’ve seen a surge of cafés and restaurants opened by fashion brands and retailers across the world, feeding style enthusiasts with bites and drinks that look as couture-esque as can be. No complaints here, because who doesn’t love a picture-perfect Instagram of a coffee dusted with the Dior house logo, or a piece of cake shaped like the iconic Tiffany & Co. blue box?

From Paris and New York City, to Tokyo and Seoul, we’ve rounded up some of the best cafés and restaurants every fashion fanatic should visit during their next vacation. Read on to learn about eateries affiliated with Jacquemus, Fendi, Maison Kitsuné, Mansur Gavriel and more.


From Café Kitsuné to Simon Porte Jacquemus’ Citron.

Some people live to dress, while others live to eat. Then there are also those who love fashion as much as they are passionate about food. Over the past couple of years, we’ve seen a surge of cafés and restaurants opened by fashion brands and retailers across the world, feeding style enthusiasts with bites and drinks that look as couture-esque as can be. No complaints here, because who doesn’t love a picture-perfect Instagram of a coffee dusted with the Dior house logo, or a piece of cake shaped like the iconic Tiffany & Co. blue box?

From Paris and New York City, to Tokyo and Seoul, we’ve rounded up some of the best cafés and restaurants every fashion fanatic should visit during their next vacation. Read on to learn about eateries affiliated with Jacquemus, Fendi, Maison Kitsuné, Mansur Gavriel and more.


From Café Kitsuné to Simon Porte Jacquemus’ Citron.

Some people live to dress, while others live to eat. Then there are also those who love fashion as much as they are passionate about food. Over the past couple of years, we’ve seen a surge of cafés and restaurants opened by fashion brands and retailers across the world, feeding style enthusiasts with bites and drinks that look as couture-esque as can be. No complaints here, because who doesn’t love a picture-perfect Instagram of a coffee dusted with the Dior house logo, or a piece of cake shaped like the iconic Tiffany & Co. blue box?

From Paris and New York City, to Tokyo and Seoul, we’ve rounded up some of the best cafés and restaurants every fashion fanatic should visit during their next vacation. Read on to learn about eateries affiliated with Jacquemus, Fendi, Maison Kitsuné, Mansur Gavriel and more.


From Café Kitsuné to Simon Porte Jacquemus’ Citron.

Some people live to dress, while others live to eat. Then there are also those who love fashion as much as they are passionate about food. Over the past couple of years, we’ve seen a surge of cafés and restaurants opened by fashion brands and retailers across the world, feeding style enthusiasts with bites and drinks that look as couture-esque as can be. No complaints here, because who doesn’t love a picture-perfect Instagram of a coffee dusted with the Dior house logo, or a piece of cake shaped like the iconic Tiffany & Co. blue box?

From Paris and New York City, to Tokyo and Seoul, we’ve rounded up some of the best cafés and restaurants every fashion fanatic should visit during their next vacation. Read on to learn about eateries affiliated with Jacquemus, Fendi, Maison Kitsuné, Mansur Gavriel and more.


From Café Kitsuné to Simon Porte Jacquemus’ Citron.

Some people live to dress, while others live to eat. Then there are also those who love fashion as much as they are passionate about food. Over the past couple of years, we’ve seen a surge of cafés and restaurants opened by fashion brands and retailers across the world, feeding style enthusiasts with bites and drinks that look as couture-esque as can be. No complaints here, because who doesn’t love a picture-perfect Instagram of a coffee dusted with the Dior house logo, or a piece of cake shaped like the iconic Tiffany & Co. blue box?

From Paris and New York City, to Tokyo and Seoul, we’ve rounded up some of the best cafés and restaurants every fashion fanatic should visit during their next vacation. Read on to learn about eateries affiliated with Jacquemus, Fendi, Maison Kitsuné, Mansur Gavriel and more.


From Café Kitsuné to Simon Porte Jacquemus’ Citron.

Some people live to dress, while others live to eat. Then there are also those who love fashion as much as they are passionate about food. Over the past couple of years, we’ve seen a surge of cafés and restaurants opened by fashion brands and retailers across the world, feeding style enthusiasts with bites and drinks that look as couture-esque as can be. No complaints here, because who doesn’t love a picture-perfect Instagram of a coffee dusted with the Dior house logo, or a piece of cake shaped like the iconic Tiffany & Co. blue box?

From Paris and New York City, to Tokyo and Seoul, we’ve rounded up some of the best cafés and restaurants every fashion fanatic should visit during their next vacation. Read on to learn about eateries affiliated with Jacquemus, Fendi, Maison Kitsuné, Mansur Gavriel and more.


From Café Kitsuné to Simon Porte Jacquemus’ Citron.

Some people live to dress, while others live to eat. Then there are also those who love fashion as much as they are passionate about food. Over the past couple of years, we’ve seen a surge of cafés and restaurants opened by fashion brands and retailers across the world, feeding style enthusiasts with bites and drinks that look as couture-esque as can be. No complaints here, because who doesn’t love a picture-perfect Instagram of a coffee dusted with the Dior house logo, or a piece of cake shaped like the iconic Tiffany & Co. blue box?

From Paris and New York City, to Tokyo and Seoul, we’ve rounded up some of the best cafés and restaurants every fashion fanatic should visit during their next vacation. Read on to learn about eateries affiliated with Jacquemus, Fendi, Maison Kitsuné, Mansur Gavriel and more.


From Café Kitsuné to Simon Porte Jacquemus’ Citron.

Some people live to dress, while others live to eat. Then there are also those who love fashion as much as they are passionate about food. Over the past couple of years, we’ve seen a surge of cafés and restaurants opened by fashion brands and retailers across the world, feeding style enthusiasts with bites and drinks that look as couture-esque as can be. No complaints here, because who doesn’t love a picture-perfect Instagram of a coffee dusted with the Dior house logo, or a piece of cake shaped like the iconic Tiffany & Co. blue box?

From Paris and New York City, to Tokyo and Seoul, we’ve rounded up some of the best cafés and restaurants every fashion fanatic should visit during their next vacation. Read on to learn about eateries affiliated with Jacquemus, Fendi, Maison Kitsuné, Mansur Gavriel and more.


From Café Kitsuné to Simon Porte Jacquemus’ Citron.

Some people live to dress, while others live to eat. Then there are also those who love fashion as much as they are passionate about food. Over the past couple of years, we’ve seen a surge of cafés and restaurants opened by fashion brands and retailers across the world, feeding style enthusiasts with bites and drinks that look as couture-esque as can be. No complaints here, because who doesn’t love a picture-perfect Instagram of a coffee dusted with the Dior house logo, or a piece of cake shaped like the iconic Tiffany & Co. blue box?

From Paris and New York City, to Tokyo and Seoul, we’ve rounded up some of the best cafés and restaurants every fashion fanatic should visit during their next vacation. Read on to learn about eateries affiliated with Jacquemus, Fendi, Maison Kitsuné, Mansur Gavriel and more.


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