Living la dolce vita in Milan is about to get way more glamorous.
Rumor has it Dolce & Gabbana is looking to open a luxury hotel in the Piazza Cordusio's Palazzo Broggi building, according to Italian website . It's interesting to note that the architect who designed Dolce & Gabbana's headquarters in town – as well as more than 40 retail stores worldwide – is renovating the space, according to Forbes. In other words, expect clean lines, chandeliers, and refined materials if this actually turns out to be a thing.
The move is consistent with that of other luxury fashion labels: Tommy Hilfiger bought the Raleigh Hotel in Miami's South Beach with the intentions of renovating it into a luxury hotel/club, a la Soho House. The Raleigh is slated to close on April 30 for 18 months of renovations, reports. Other Italian brands such as Versace and Armani have opened fashion-inspired hotels in Australia and Dubai, respectively.
For now, though, the hotel sounds like the stuff of dreams: A representative at Dolce & Gabbana declined to comment to ELLEDecor.com.