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Roberto Musso :: Milano Fashion Week

Roberto Musso :: Milano Fashion Week

Roberto Musso presents his women’s collection at the Milano Fashion Week

Posted by br1dotcom on 2010-02-27 01:36:41

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Milan Fashion Week spring/summer 2015 street style

Milan Fashion Week spring/summer 2015 street style

Milan (Italy), September 17, 2014, outside the Alberta Ferretti show during Milan Spring/Summer Fashion Week.

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Posted by Paulix Black on 2015-02-21 09:58:03

Tagged: , beauty , candid , fashionista , woman , girl , Milano , chic , Italia , urban , smart , stylish , style , cool , lusso , luxury , lady , classy , fashion , moda , glamour , glam , elegant , elegance , fashionable , class , legs , pumps , heels , dress , city , street , streetstyle

Roberto Musso :: Milano Fashion Week

Roberto Musso :: Milano Fashion Week

Roberto Musso presents his women’s collection at the Milano Fashion Week

Posted by br1dotcom on 2010-02-27 01:19:23

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Outside Milan Fashion Weeks

Outside Milan Fashion Weeks

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Milano fashion week: young Asian tourists making difficult choices between museums and going shopping 🙂

Posted by Đśaistora on 2017-03-12 00:55:24

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Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II – Milano

Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II - Milano

Milan is the second-most populous city in Italy and the capital of Lombardy. The city proper has a population of about 1.3 million, while its urban area is the 5th largest in the EU with an estimated population of about 5,264,000. The massive suburban sprawl that followed the post-war boom of the 1950s–60s and the growth of a vast commuter belt, suggest that socio-economic linkages have expanded well beyond the boundaries of its administrative limits and its agglomeration, creating a polycentric metropolitan area of 7 -10 million people, stretching over the former provinces of Milan, Bergamo, Como, Lecco, Lodi, Monza and Brianza, Pavia, Varese, Novara. It has been suggested that the Milan metropolitan region is part of the so-called Blue Banana, the area of Europe with the highest population and industrial density.

Milan was founded by the Insubres, a Celtic people. The city was later conquered by the Romans, eventually becoming the capital of the Western Roman Empire. During the Middle Ages, Milan flourished as a commercial and banking center. In the course of the following centuries, it has been alternatively dominated by France, Habsburg Spain, and Austria, until 1859 when the city joined the rising Kingdom of Italy. During the early 1900s, Milan led the industrialization process of the young nation, being at the very center of the economic, social, and political debate. Badly affected by World War II, and after a harsh Nazi occupation, the city became the main centre of the Italian Resistance. In post-war years, the city enjoyed a prolonged economic boom, attracting large flows of workers from Southern Italy. During the last decades, Milan has seen a dramatic rise in the number of international immigrants, and in 2011 more than one sixth of its population is foreign born.

Milan is the main industrial, commercial, and financial centre of Italy and a leading global city. Its business district hosts the Borsa Italiana (Italy’s main stock exchange) and the headquarters of the largest national banks and companies. The city is a major world fashion and design capital. Milan’s museums, theatres and landmarks (including the Milan Cathedral, the fifth largest cathedral in the world, and Santa Maria delle Grazie, decorated with Leonardo da Vinci paintings, a UNESCO World Heritage Site) attracts over 6 million annual visitors.[17] It hosts numerous cultural institutions and universities, with 185,000 enrolled students in 2011, i.e. 11 percent of the national total.[18] The city is also well known for several international events and fairs, including Milan Fashion Week and the Milan Furniture Fair, the largest of its kind in the world, and will host the 2015 Universal Exposition, and Design World Expo in 2016. Milan is home to two of the world’s major football teams, A.C. Milan and F.C. Internazionale Milano.

MilĂ  Ă©s la ciutat principal del nord d’ItĂ lia. EstĂ  situada a la plana de la Llombardia, una de les regions italianes mĂ©s desenvolupades. Segona ciutat mĂ©s poblada d’ItĂ lia desprĂ©s de Roma, al municipi hi viuen 1,3 milions d’habitants (els anomenats milanesos), però l’Ă rea urbana en compta al voltant dels set milions i Ă©s aixĂ­ la primera en ItĂ lia. MilĂ  Ă©s la capital de la regiĂł llombarda i de la provĂ­ncia homònima. Alguns la defineixen tambĂ© com la capital econòmica d’ItĂ lia; pel que fa al mĂłn de la moda, per exemple, MilĂ  Ă©s una de les grans capitals europees juntament amb ParĂ­s.

Milán es la mayor ciudad de la Italia septentrional y la segunda ciudad de Italia por población, capital de la provincia de Milán y de la región de Lombardía. Se encuentra ubicada en la llanura padana, una de las regiones más desarrolladas de Italia. En 2008, el PIB de Lombardía, fue estimado por el INSEE en 366 130.51 millones de euros, el segundo de Europa después de la región de Isla de Francia.

Milán, como capital económica e industrial de Italia, tiene el aspecto y las características de una metrópolis moderna: rascacielos (célebre el rascacielos Pirelli con 127 m de altura, construido en 1959), edificios de cristal y metal y grandes almacenes.

Posted by Jaume CP BCN on 2015-02-20 09:21:56

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Milan Fashion Week spring/summer 2015 street style, Sara Nicole Rossetto

Milan Fashion Week spring/summer 2015 street style, Sara Nicole Rossetto

Milan (Italy), September 17, 2014, Italian model Sara Nicole Rossetto poses in a denim overall and Moschino underwear outside the Alberta Ferretti show during Milan Spring/Summer Fashion Week.

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Posted by Paulix Black on 2015-02-21 10:39:19

Tagged: , beauty , candid , fashionista , woman , girl , Milano , chic , Italia , urban , smart , stylish , style , cool , lusso , luxury , classy , fashion , moda , glamour , glam , elegant , elegance , fashionable , class , city , street , settimana , streetstyle