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Italian luxury fashion house Moschino has always been anything but conventional—and the brand's whimsical sensibilities and bold experimentation with color and humor have recently been translated for the world of tourism and hospitality.
The Maison Moschino is a new boutique hotel in central Milan, situated in a neoclassical building that, in a previous life, was the city's first railroad station. Concepted, designed and decorated by Moschino Creative Director Rossella Jardini, the hotel's public areas and 16 private quarters are surrealistic and fantastical—there's an "Alice Room," a "Petal Room," a room dedicated to "Red Riding Hood," the "Forest," and "Gold." From the red ballgown bed to the dessert-strung chandelier and the pastry pillows, no details were spared.
· Moschino [Official Site]
· Maison Moschino [Official Site]