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Introducing our new size?milan store

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The size? community reaches far and wide, across the UK, Europe, and all the way to North America. Today, we are excited to announce that our Milan store is moving to a brand new location, in the vibrant district of Corso di Porta Ticinese.

Milan is known for being one of the fashion capitals of the world, as well as its exquisite art and architecture. The city was a perfect fit for the size? community, thanks to the healthy sneaker culture that’s evolved here. The name “Porta Ticinese” means “Gate to the Ticino”, referring to the Ticino river that runs through Milan. The monument of the city gate is one of the city’s popular attractions and it looms large against the busy streets, in the best way.

Porta Ticinese is the spot to be if you like late-night hangouts, vintage shops, pop-up stores and urban art. There’s a bohemian buzz about the district, which resonates with our size? community and is why it’s a favourite amongst lovers of anything alternative. You can also expect to find plenty of places to stop for coffee and snacks, or stay around for longer with some of Milan’s best restaurants and bars.

We love our Milan neighbourhood, to celebrate we shot an Autumn/Winter look book with our Milan size?experts, so if you’re in and around the city make sure you go and check out our new store and new season stock. We’re also treating you to a size?sessions on Saturday – you can catch performances from some local talent, including Sgamo, Malaika and Whyl – check them out below.


Alessandro Nuzzo, better known in music circles as Sgamo, is a Milan-based DJ and entrepreneur. As a mainstay in Milan’s nightlife scene, he’s also known internationally, sharing with the world his renowned mixing skills blending hip-hop with bass to create magic that makes you want to move. 

Sgamo is the head of “wegoing.sound”, a community born in the pandemic, which has grown into music events held across Italy and beyond. He’s also gained recognition from working with brands like Jordan, Nike and Havana Club, and sharing the stage with the likes of Skepta, Jarreau and Karl Kani.


Big on the Milan scene, Malaika mixes throwback hits, pop and dance music, which never fails to get the crowd going. After playing at some exciting events solo and as part of the DJ Fulminate duo, this artist has gained a loyal following.


From WHYL’s set, you can expect an eclectic mix of trap, hip hop and RnB. This energetic Milan-based artist is known internationally, and is a member of No More with a residency at Apollo Milano. Also the founder of Whyld Empire, this is an artist you won’t want to miss.



Corso di Porta Ticinese, 22 

20123 Milano MI


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