By  on February 17, 2010

Italian men’s tailored clothing label Corneliani on Saturday unveiled its first flagship on Via Montenapoleone, in the heart of Milan’s Golden Triangle shopping district.

The 3,770-square-foot unit spreads over three floors and boasts precious materials, including marble floors and macassar ebony display units, which will showcase the label’s apparel and accessories. Meanwhile, velvet and suede cover walls and stairways.

The label’s sporty Corneliani ID collection is available on the ground floor, while tailored clothing and a made-to-measure salon are situated on the upper levels.

Corneliani, which staged its first runway show during the Pitti Uomo trade fair in Florence in January, said it will roll out an additional 11 stores this year, starting with a Moscow unit in April, followed by an opening in Shenzen China in May.

“This year will be filled with important events for us,” said Carlalberto Corneliani, group president and chief executive officer. The brand counts 38 monobrand stores worldwide.

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