At Rinascente’s department store you’ll find a refined contemporary ambience where shoppers can browse an exclusive selection of fashion under the same roof, for a fabulous shopping experience.
The 1st and 2nd floors of Rinascente are dedicated to men’s fashion, an ideal place specialized in providing a gentlemanly selection of contemporary and classic apparel, as well as a vast range of accessories for all occasions.
In particular, the first floor of the Rinascente department store offers luxury collections from the world of men’s fashion as well as premium denim brands and smart casual wear, beachwear collections, eyewear plus a prestigious, innovative space dedicated to the most sought-after footwear (Ermenegildo Zegna, Lanvin, Marc Jacobs, Moreschi, Salvatore Ferragamo, Valentino and many others). For example, among the main clothing brands on offer, you can find big-name labels of the calibre of Balenciaga, Burberry Prorsum, Comme des Garçons, Costume National, Fendi, Givenchy and Ralph Lauren Black Label while, in terms of accessories, standouts include the collections of Alexander McQueen, Andrea Incontri, Loewe, Mulberry, Serapian and Bally.
The second floor showcases all other fashion collections, from formal attire to high-end casual wear, to kit out the well-dressed man on all occasions. Here, gentlemen in the know can shop for shirts, classic, cut-to perfect attire (among others Armani Collezioni, Corneliani, Canali, Ermenegildo Zegna, Hugo Boss, Tommy Hilfiger Tailored, Versace), underwear and smart casual wear featuring famous labels including Harmont&Blaine, Lacoste, Paul&Shark, Brunello Cucinelli, Fay and Polo Ralph Lauren.
Lastly, here you can find the innovative Sneakers Zone, an area dedicated exclusively to edgy, relaxed, super-cool trainers: 400 models, all styles and 23 different brands.
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Open daily, from Monday to Thursady 9am-9pm / Friday and Saturday 9.30am-1opm / Sunday 10 am-9pm
– Piazza Duomo
– Via San Raffaele
– Via Santa Radegonda
– direct entrance from M1 underground Duomo stop