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Gum Hair Salon
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Jailbird Tattoo Shop
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Satatttvision milano
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BURGEZ
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Maoji Street Food
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Wang Jiao
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oTTo
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Antica Trattoria torre di Pisa
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Il Brutto Anatroccolo
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Pizza AM
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Pizzium
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La Libera
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Gelateria Della Musica
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Slam Jam
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Reading Room
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The Botanical Club
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Funky Table
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East Market
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Macao
Milan

Naomi Accardi's Guide to Milan

Creative director and editor of Season Zine, Naomi Accardi, is making waves questioning the gender gap between football and fashion. Growing up in the Italian countryside, Naomi now lives and breathes the Milano city culture. She is the Editor-at-Large of independent magazine Season Zine, and works as a freelance creative consultant for major global brands including Kenzo and Our Legacy.

Gum Hair Salon

Where we all get our hair done (they are great at crazy colors)

Jailbird Tattoo Shop

My tattoo person (he’s currently in Berlin for a few months)

Closed now

Satatttvision milano

The tattoo shop of the “cool” kids of Milan. I don’t go here but they do cool residencies sometimes

BURGEZ

Similar to five guys in style but it’s not a real fast food chain. It was opened by somebody in the Milan scene. Nice burgers, cool environment

Closed now
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Wang Jiao

Chinese restaurant I love. Mad cheap, AWESOME Food

Closed now
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oTTo

It's a coworking/restaurant and hang out spot, they make open sandwiches that are banging (it’s in Chinatown)

Antica Trattoria torre di Pisa

Incredibile Tuscan food (a bit expensive but definitely worth it)

Il Brutto Anatroccolo

Cheap home made food, cash only. Like grandma’s kitchen.

Closed now
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La Libera

Typical Milano food, I bring all my guests here for real local food (higher end but worth the money)

Gelateria Della Musica

Best ice cream in the world. Flavours are named after music.

Slam Jam

Iconic streetwear store and distribution company in Italy

Reading Room

Best magazine and book selection (close to Prada foundation)

Closed now

The Botanical Club

They make their own gin, the owners used to work in fashion and design. It’s an incredible place for late night drinks

Funky Table

Homeware store with interesting pieces from independent brands and vintage sourced around the world (I buy my stuff here)

East Market

Vintage/flea market + lots of food trucks, music. It happens once a months but they have now extended it to every weekend. It’s set in an old factory - you need LOTS of time here.

Macao

It's a squatted building where they organise different art shows, photography exhibitions, different music nights. The worst stuff goes on here but it’s a staple in Milan culture. It’s very fun!

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