MILAN — Giorgio Armani unveiled his largest Casa store on Wednesday, during Milan’s international furniture and design exhibition, the Salone del Mobile.
Located in central Via Sant’Andrea, in the golden shopping area centered on Via Montenapoleone, the three-story, 17,280-square-foot store previously housed the designer’s first signature brand boutique that opened in the Eighties. The new space also marks the 10th anniversary of Armani’s home division.
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