Milan's Calendar: The Events That Are Going On During iSaloni!
It is April and if you are a design lover, you are definitely going to be in Milan! Here is a list of the top events going on during iSaloni, so you can put in our agenda!
Follow the lead of Milan’s trendsetters and visit the city in the spring, which is when Milan Design Week and Milan Fashion Week, respectively, are held. Unlike summer, when the air becomes soupy and the mosquitoes come out to play, spring and fall offer bright sunny days without the excessive heat and humidity–perfect for exploring the city’s attractions on foot and enjoying sidewalk seating at the city’s top restaurants. There’s always the chance of rain, but like London, Milan has a charm of its own on wet days. Winters are usually foggy and gray, but not overly cold, making it a good time to get lost in the city’s many art museums, galleries and cozy bars.
While there’s always the threat of rain, spring in Milan is generally quite mild and pleasant. And when the sun comes out, the normally-moody city takes on a warm glow, with the sunlight highlighting all the unique design details and flourishes, from elaborate wrought-iron balconies to zoomorphic sculptures. Every April the city hosts Salone del Mobile, often referred to as Milan Design Week, a huge design event focusing on the future of furniture. If you don’t mind crowds, it’s a must-see spectacle!
The Salone del Mobile Milano, iSaloni 2018, April 17-22, 2018 is the international reference point for the furnishing and design sector.
Visit DelightFULL and Essential Home’sbooth, in Hall 01 | Stand L 09, and have the opportunity to travel in time!
Milan’s Fashion Week
Milan’s Fashion Week is a clothing trade show held semi-annually. It includes more than 40 shows each season and usually it transforms the city into a touristic hob by simply creating various venues for the shows selecting the most elegant and influential palaces to become the stage for design.
Milan’s flower fair (Mercato dei Fiori)
Milan’s flower fair is the annual sign that spring has finally arrived. More than 200 vendors from around Italy set up shop for the occasion, creating a riot of color along the Naviglio Grande (canal).
Last but not least, Culture week!
The Settimana delle Beni Culturali is a week celebrated all over Italy, in which state-run museums, which include some of the Top Museums in Milan, and monuments are open for free and, sometimes, for longer hours.
We are sure that your agenda is already full! Have fun in Milan! Ciao!