Mila Schon

Mila Schon

Milan: the history began in 1958 in via San Pietro all'Orto with a small haute couture atelier. Mila Schön decided to express her essential and modern idea of luxury. With the help of Giovan Battista Giorgini, who hosted her at Pitti in 1965, success soon crossed the Italian borders, bringing Mila’s spirit and her Milanese understatement around the world. In 1966, the first boutique was opened at 2 Via Montenapoleone. Fascinated by the cultural debate, inspired by her personal relationship with contemporary art protagonists such as Lucio Fontana, Mila Schön brought experimentation into the atelier. Without forsaking purity and consistency, she created new sartorial approaches; paying attention to line, color, surface, she pushed the limits of technique and fabric. Meanwhile, she established lasting bonds with photographers - Ugo Mulas in the first place - who were able to give substance to her visions. With the emergence of the Made in Italy phenomenon in the '80s and then' 90s, she kept pace without losing rhythm. Since 1992, the Mila Schön brand has been owned by Itochu Corporation, which from the f/w 19/20 season initiated a new course. The project equals a reboot that affirms once again the founding values of Mila Schön: an idea of radical luxury, expressed through essential, accurate, pure creations.

  1. new season
    Blue wool blend La Scala reversibile coat Blue wool blend La Scala reversibile coat
    $1,534.43

    Blue wool blend La Scala reversibile coat

    $1,534.43
  2. new season
    Midnight blue stretch wool blend trench coat Midnight blue stretch wool blend trench coat
    $1,455.73

    Midnight blue stretch wool blend trench coat

    $1,455.73
  3. new season
    Two-tone cashmere top Two-tone cashmere top
    $511.48

    Two-tone cashmere top

    $511.48
  4. $444.59

    Two-tone cashmere top

    $444.59
  5. $452.46

    Black stretch wool wide leg pant

    $452.46