Giorgio Armani doesn't care for hotels, owns nine homes around the world

Armani recently opened the doors of the 26-room estate to an international publication.

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Giorgio Armani’s weekend home in Milan does not have many photographs. But it has two pictures of Sergio Galeotti, the designer’s partner in work and life, who died in 1985.

Armani recently opened the doors of the 26-room estate to an international publication. It is one of his nine homes around the world (he doesn’t like hotels), the publication reports. Zebras and horses graze on the expansive lawns and swans glide in a pond.

The best of art, furniture and design embellishes the mansion. One room has a pool table on which Paul Newman played ball in 'The Color of Money'. Photography as a genre is almost absent in the house, save for the pictures of Galeotti, the architect who convinced Armani to start his own label.



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