Understated Milan, stylish Milan.
Italy’s centre for business and finance, the city of fashion, designers and runways.
The cradle of culture and fine dining at its most authentic.
Milan, reliable, hard-working and, some say, closer to Europe and further from Italy.
The birthplace of BAGUTTA, a name that embodies the very essence of the city symbolising our country’s vast international reach.
It was in Milan that the Gavazzeni family created its first range of men’s shirts, in 1975, naming the brand after the street that epitomised the city’s personality: Via BAGUTTA.
Running unobtrusively behind Milan’s imposing Duomo, between Piazza San Babila and Via Montenapoleone, the foremost newspapermen and intelligentsia of the post-war years would gather
there to dine at the renowned Bagutta Restaurant.
BAGUTTA, with its soul steeped in tradition and its gaze firmly fixed on the future.
BAGUTTA, classy, contemporary and conservative–but with an edgy twist.
Milan, deep in the heart of BAGUTTA.