Take advantage of the unforgettable and stylish Brera district. Brera is synonymous with the artistic heart of the city and its vintage shops and bohemian atmosphere. As you stroll along the backstreets of this district, you can enjoy the atmosphere of its small artisans' workshops and art galleries.
Brera is home to the Design week and Fashion week, each year organizing events in beautiful locations mostly between Via Brera, Via Pontaccio, Via Solferino, Via Fiori Chiari.
The Brera Design District is the most important district for the promotion of design and is a centre of Milano's creative, commercial and cultural development. Beautiful exhibitions are organized in courtyards and exclusive locations, all to be discovered during those events.
Additionally, Brera is home to the Accademia di Belle Arti, and visitors can admire the famous painting collection of the Pinacoteca.
At the end of the 15th century, the Milanese court was the capital of fashion, luxury and art. In fact, Duke Ludovico il Moro supported the collaboration of the architect and painter Donato Bramante and most of all the incomparable Leonardo da Vinci, who changed the course of Milanese painting. Leonardo also organized some famous parties such as the party of Paradise in 1491 and even became a fashion stylist, having curated and designed in detail the tournament costume of Count Galeazzo Sanseverino.
The exclusive neighbourhood of Brera in the heart of the city has been chosen by an increasing number of fashion and luxury brands as their favourite location to open mono-brand boutiques and pop-up stores to attract a growing number of people.