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The fully renovated boutique at Via Monte Napoleone, where the store was first inaugurated in 1951, blends tradition and contemporary design, aligned with Creative Director Sabato De Sarno’s vision.
The artfully restored space pays homage to Milan, a city that is continuously able to inspire creativity, and the values of Italian craftsmanship, as showcased through the meticulous selection of materials like Cipollino and Bardiglio marbles and furniture pieces exclusively from Italian brands such as Cassina, B&B, Living Divani, and Minotti. Other elements include Venetian “pulegoso” glass and brushed steel, creating an essential and refined space that places Gucci’s collections firmly at the fore.
Additionally, underlining the location’s profound connection to creativity and reinforcing the dialog between art and fashion in keeping with Sabato De Sarno’s vision, the space houses a selection of artworks handpicked by curator Truls Blaasmo with a focus on Italian pieces.
 
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  • Augustas Serapinas, Roof of a House from Steponiu Village, 2022 Courtesy of Filippo Pecora Collection and APALAZZO GALLERY
Discover more about the House’s fully renovated flagship on Via Monte Napoleone in Milan.The Milan Flagship Reopens
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  • Lucio Fontana, Concetto Spaziale, Attese, 1960 Courtesy of Sergio Casoli and Francesca Cefis Casoli © Fondazione Lucio Fontana by SIAE 2023
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