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I would like to know what are the best men's stores to visit in Milan?

Also, does anyone know of a very high quality hairdresser in Milan?
 

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1) High-end designer is on Montenapoleone, trendy young-person stuff more on Buenos Aires.
2) Excellent selection of transexual hookers near Loreto station, about 50 euro per brief encounter.
 

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You can find a lot of threads on this forum talking about this matter. Anyway, you have all kind of fashion stores (Versace, Gucci, Prada..) in the Montenapoleone and San Babila area. In the same area (but via S. Andrea, via del Gesu') you have Brioni, Tincati, Doriani, Kiton. Otherwise you have more commercial on Corso Buenos Aires. Then a lot of good small stores like Bardelli (Corso Magenta), Eddy Monetti (San Babila)....the list can be very long
 

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Where can I find a good selection of pocket squares?
 

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not sure, but pay a visit to Tincati or Doriani. They usually have a good selection of accessories.
 

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