Daniel Emma explore the lighter side of ’doing Milan’…
April 15th, 2011
We began the day by going to Castiglioni’s home/studio which was a beautiful insight to the way he worked, thus far this has most definitely been the highlight of our trip to Milan! We then continued to the Brera district where we saw shows by Hermes and Nendo, as well as some lovely courtyards. The sun is still shining here so we took this as an opportunity to sit in the park, catch up on some sleep and eat delicious fruit tarts for lunch!!
Sneaky shot, because unfortunately we couldn’t take photos inside.
Lots and lots of walking!
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