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19a Via Savona
Milano, Lombardia, 20144
Italy

Opaline is a light hearted Resort Wear Line that makes you presentable at all times with its fabulous pyjamas and colourful tunics. Dress responsibly chic.

Blog - Socially Responsible Boho Chic Clothing and Lifestyle

Discover our Official Blog and delve into Opaline's cultural take on Exhibits, Stories and Experiences. Dress responsibly chic.

SALONE DEL MOBILE- MILAN DESIGN WEEK

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We are hitting Milano's most important creative Week tomorrow with people coming from all over the world to see the latest Design Inventions and Collaborations of the Design and Furniture Market.  

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We at Opaline s Concept Store are right in the middle of the Buzz, in Via Savona 19a, in the Tortona Design District. Our colorful Wallpapers and Furnishing Fabrics will freshen up you homes and eyes:) Come in, say hello and get inspired! We will have also some special items at great prices.

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JUST In- The New Spring Summer Collection

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              Get ready for the New Spring Summer Opaline Collection! Made in Italy, with love from us to you! 

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Be inspired by our colorful Spring Collection. Flowing dresses, fun daytime pajama looks and hand dyed degradé silk tunics- handmade ikat fringes from Jaipur adorn the skirts and shirts, and colorful embroideries make each piece unique.

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Be curious, and come discover the pieces at our Opaline Concept Store in via Savona19a, Milano, to experience our Spring/Summer mood! 

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POST ZANG TUM TUUM- ART,LIFE and POLITICS ITALIA 1918 - 1943

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We recently went to the Prada Foundation to check out their latest exhibit, called POST ZANG TUM TUUM- ART,LIFE and POLITICS ITALIA 1918-1943. Depero and Casoratis hung, simulating their original first appearance in galleries and museums- their colors exploding to our eyes.

The exhibit focuses on "a reconstruction of routes taken by those who dedicated their thinking- and in some cases risiede or lost their lives- to projects and ideas that had more than just artistic recognition as a goal" (Muccia Prada and Patrizio Bertelli).

Da vedere!

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