- Patricia Urquiola designed these 'big bags' for Missoni.
- At vintage boutique Cavalli e Nastri a designer was creating live prints.
- Bathroom furniture company Gessi had a wacky 'experience' as part of its presentation.
- 10 Corso Como left me completely bedazzled. One day I'll be able to shop there, one day.
- Scholten & Baijings created a beautiful concept for MINI One.
- Raw Colour at Dutch Invertuals allowed you to create a code which could be 'negative printed' (that's printed with bleach) onto a scarf.
- At La Rinascente, Furla demonstrated some bag DIY.
- You can't go to Italy and not eat gelato.
- At Karimoku New Standard an entire apartment had been gutted to display the latest products.
Wednesday, April 25, 2012
Some Milan highlights
Last week I visited Milan for the Salone del Mobile, Europe's biggest furniture fair. In addition to the fair itself – which features mainly commercial companies – all around the city there are satellite events by designers and companies, showing off their latest products. I picked a few of my favourite spots from the week: