Fratelli Rossetti Reopens Milan Flagship

The 2,153-square-foot, three-story space on Via Montenapoleone features a new store concept created by French architect François Muracciole.

DOORS OPEN: Fratelli Rossetti has reopened its Milan flagship store on Via Montenapoleone. The 2,153-square-foot, three-story space features the new store concept created by French architect François Muracciole. Inspired by the company’s established artisanal tradition, the entrance features a leather floor and the base of the iron-and-glass displays evokes the cutting dies used in leather work. The company also introduced a new tailor-made service available on the store’s third floor, while the first and second levels carry both the men’s and women’s collections. To celebrate the reopening, Fratelli Rossetti launched “Milano,” a patent leather lace-up style available in a range of colors including orange, pink, beige and green.

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