Designer Outlets in Milan 2023- Great Bargains Await!

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Shopping in designer outlets in Milan is a great way to find amazing deals on designer fashion and accessories.

With its variety of stores, ranging from high-end designer labels to affordable streetwear, Milan is the perfect place to find a perfect bargain (make sure you also check out the best vintage shops for some invaluable vintage designer items too!).

With great discounts of up to 70%, you can find beautiful clothing and accessories from top fashion brands at a fraction of their original price.

So, if you are looking to get fashion items without the hefty price tag, then outlet shopping in Milan is the perfect option for you.

Some shops are centrally located in the most popular shopping areas of Milan, and easily accessible by public transportation, while others are located farther from the city center and will take more time and preparation to visit.

Here are some of the most popular outlets in Milan:

Designer outlets in Milan

Matia’s Outlet Milan

Multiple locations, see below

Matia’s Outlet is one of the most popular, offering a wide selection of designer labels at very competitive prices.

The shop stocks a selection of popular brands, including Max Mara, Armani, D&G, Aspesi, Missoni, Alberta Ferretti, Cavalli and many more. The shop is regularly restocked with new items and offers, so you should check back often to avoid missing out on any incredible deals.

The staff is friendly and knowledgeable, providing excellent customer service to ensure a pleasant and comfortable shopping experience.

You can find them in several locations around Milan:

Il Salvagente

Via Fratelli Bronzetti 16 (Cinque Giornate / Risorgimento)

This is one of the oldest (if not the oldest) Milan outlet shops, and it sells almost every designer label imaginable.

It is conveniently located near Piazza Cinque Giornate. Brands like Prada, Miu Miu, Blugirl, Sportsmax, Miu Miu, and Red Valentino are just some of those you’ll find here.

They also offer membership cards, which are useful if you intend to make frequent purchases here, as you will earn points with each purchase that can be redeemed for future discounts.

The Highline Designer Outlet Milan

Corso Vittorio Emanuele, 30 (Duomo)

Behind Duomo, in the center of Milan, you’ll find this outlet on a side street that intersects with Corso Vittorio Emanuele.

It consists of two levels, with the lower level dedicated to men’s clothes and accessories and the upper level devoted to women’s.

They offer a large selection of over 400 different international fashion labels, so you could easily find anything you need here, from footwear to clothing, as well as accessories.

It is organize by clothing item and by size, which makes navigating it and find what you need a breeze!

You can get your hands on some really beautiful items for a price that is not out of your burget.

10 Corso Como Outlet

Corso Como, 10 (Garibaldi / Brera)

10 corso como outlet milan
PHOTO: @10corsocomo

A stunning location in the porta Garibaldi neighborhood, Corso Como 10 is definitely worth checking out.

The structure used to be a classic “casa di ringhiera,” a kind of popular dwelling that is distinguished by multiple apartments sharing the same balcony, facing the internal yard.

When you enter the building via the front entrance, you will find yourself in the yard, which is really welcoming and filled with plants.

On the ground level, in addition to a stunning bar and restaurant, there is also a shop selling designer items displayed in a beautiful way.

Even though this store is rather well known, not many people are aware that it also has an outlet branch.

At the outlet you can get clothing, shoes, bags, and accessories from past seasons at a discount.

When you get there, don’t forget to stop by the art gallery and bookstore located on the upper floor.


Largo Corsia Dei Servi 15N03 (Duomo)

Intrend is another another Milan Outlet shop that is definitely worthy of your time.

This store is a part of the Diffusione Tessile brand, which is owned by the Max Mara Group and has over 25 brands (besides Max Mara, also Max&Co, Pennyblack, Sportmax, iBlues, Marella and so on).

Women’s apparel and accessories that are a part of any of the Group’s brands collections are sold at the Outlet.

The labels have been removed from everything that is for sale here, but the selection that is available is quite intriguing.

All year long, a discount of between 40 and 60 percent is applied to everything.

Outlets near Milan

Even though many of Milan’s largest outlet malls are situated outside of the city itself, getting to them is a breeze; in fact, a few of them even provide a free shuttle from Milan city center.

Serravalle Designer Outlet

Via della Moda 1, 15069 Serravalle Scrivia (AL)

serravalle designer outlet milan
PHOTO: @serravalledesigneroutlet

Serravalle is a large outlet mall located in Serravalle Scrivia (Liguria), about an hour outside of Milan.

Serravalle Designer Outlet was designed to evoke the atmosphere of a Ligurian village square, complete with broad roads and plazas decorated with fountains and sculptures.

This outlet is well known for its enormous selection of 240 stores from over 300 designer brands—namely Gucci, Dolce & Gabbana, Prada, and Fendi, just to name a few.

The outlet also offers plenty of parking spaces, but also a shuttle service departing every day from Milan.

Fox Town Outlet

Via Angelo Maspoli 18, Mendrisio, Switzerland | website

The FoxTown Factory Outlet is a massive multi-label retailer that stock only luxury and high-end designer labels.

This outlet has over 240 different brands, such as Burberry, D&G, Fratelli Rossetti, Furla, Jimmy Choo, to name just a few.

It’s situated near Mendrisio, in the canton of Ticino, around fifty kilometers from Milan, around one hour drive.

Having a sizable parking lot make this outlet mall very accessible.

Vicolungo Style Outlet

P.zza S. Caterina, 28060 Vicolungo (NO) | website

vicolungo designer outlet milan
PHOTO: @vicolungothestyleoutlets

Located on the outskirts of Novara, in Piedmont, the Vicolungo Outlet Village is a large and popular shopping center. The shop is conveniently located off the motorway, making it just 30 minutes from Malpensa International Airport.

They offer a shuttle service from Milan everyday for a small fee, for free on weekends and holidays.

Featuring over 150 retail outlets selling name-brand apparel, shoes, handbags, fragrances, and home goods, Vicolungo Outlet Village is a one-stop shopping destination.

This outlet offers year-round savings of 30% to 70% on items from the most known mid-range brands (a few examples are Liu Jo, Guess, Boggi, Swarovski, Calvin Klein).

Outlet Franciacorta Village

Piazza Cascina Moie, 1/2, 25050 Rodengo Saiano BS | website

franciacorta designer outlet milan
PHOTO: @franciacortavillage

At the Franciacorta Village, one of a chain of big Outlet complexes, you’ll find 160 unique shops offering deep discounts all year long.

Franciacorta’s shops fall in the same price range as those in neighboring Vicolungo.

In addition, the mall is home to a food and wine concept store, so not only can you do some shopping here, but you can also discover about the delicious cuisine and wine of the beautiful Brescia region.

Fidenza Village

Via Aggazzotti 6, 43021 Fidenza (PR) | website

PHOTO: @fidenzavillage

The Fidenza Outlet Village is located about one hour southwest of Milan, in the province of Parma. This outlet village offers more than 120 different stores from over 200 high-end and mid-range brands.

You will find a wide selection of products at discounted prices, from items such as clothing, footwear and fragrances, to furniture and hi-tech gadgets.

If you don’t have a car, a bus will take you here from Milan.

Scalo Milano Outlet

Via Milano, 5, 20085 Locate di Triulzi (MI) | website

Scalo Milano Outlet & More is the largest outlet and lifestyle center in the Milan region. This Outlet Village situated around 30 minutes from Milan city center.

As well as 90 mid level boutiques where you can find clothes and accessories at discounted prices, you can also find restaurants and cafes.

You can easily get here by public transport, as there are buses available and trains running very often daily.

Featured photo by Arno Senoner

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