If you’re a fashion buff and can’t get enough of the glitz and glamour of Milan, you definitely know about 10 Corso Como Milan, if you don’t well don’t worry I’ll give you a quick roundup about what it is.
10 Corso Como is a complex in the center of Milan which holds one of the best galleries the city has to offer — Galleria Carla Sozzani — (that is now holding an expo on Surrealist artist Salvador Dalì and composer Jean Clemmer).
Its central location is perfect to get to even if you just arrive in Milan. 10 Corso Como is near the Porta Garibaldi station and you can get there in the subway by hopping on the M2 (green line).
Opened by art dealer and publisher Carla Sozzani and designed by world-renowned artist Kris Ruhs, 10 Corso Como is one of Milan’s most important fashion spots to look for. There you won’t just be able to see great works of art, but also spend your sweet earned cash on some of the latest trends in Italy, or eat at the Kris Ruhs designed restaurant, cause why not?
Where is 10 Corso Como?
So, let’s say you get to Corso Como, fall in love with it and have to leave? If you’re from Shanghai, Beijing, Seoul or Tokyo, that won’t be a problem for you cause you already have a location to go and chill at. I mean in Shanghai and Seoul you’ll also get a similar vibe as the one in Milan, being that they were designed by Kris Ruhs, but in Tokyo, we’re talking about a collaboration with Rei Kawakubo (Comme des Garçons).
What if you’re not from those locations?
Well, don’t worry, cause from September, 6th they’ll be adding another flagship to their roster. It’ll be landing in NYC at the Fulton Market, just in time for fashion week. So you’ll get a glimpse of the whole crowds and a chance to feel like you yourself are in Milan.
The Fulton Market will be designed by Kris Ruhs, being that he is the creative mind behind all the other Corso Como’s, and it will have within a garden (can’t wait to see what that looks like) a gallery, a shop to get your hands on all the latest trends (in clothes and design), a beautiful bookshop, and an Italian restaurant and cafe.
So get your ass to Milan and see it before the rest of the USA get a chance, and then go back to NYC to brag about how you had a chance to see the OG 10 Corso Como.