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  • Julian Fashion invites customers to the opening of the new Christmas POP-UP Store.

    Julian Fashion invites customers to the opening of the new Christmas POP-UP Store.

    An interstellar journey in search of hope and lightheartedness. After the uncertain period of the last few years, Julian invites his customers on board his spaceship to scour the length and breadth of the universe to rediscover the holiday spirit. This year, Julian’s Christmas will be ‘spacey’.

    A “COSMIC JOURNEY“, that’s the name of the mission, among satellites, stars, moons and planets that wants to be a metaphor for the desire to go beyond one’s own horizons and beyond the usual to live an alternative experience, a Christmas 2.0 in joy and serenity and above all together.

    For the occasion, the windows of the Julian boutiques are enriched with decorative elements recalling the space theme, with artfully reconstructed satellites accompanying the garments and accessories. The e-commerce,, also takes on this guise and the lunar terrain, the key satellite in this cosmic journey, appears on the homepage in an ad hoc shot and within the site.

    On the way, a stop is almost a must. Visit and discover the JULIAN CHRISTMAS POP UP STORE, at Via le Matteotti 11 in Milano Marittima. A special space also for online where you can find gift ideas for all tastes and occasions. A true “Gift Room” that not only amazes with its wide range of Home and Lifestyle accessories, but also does good.

    In fact, Julian allies itself with Linea Rosa ODV, the Anti-Violence Centre that has been welcoming and helping hundreds of women in the Ravenna, Cervia and Russi areas for over thirty years. Violence in all its forms – physical, sexual, psychological and economic, or even stalking and mobbing – is a transversal evil that makes no distinction of age, origin, social background or culture.

    One euro for every purchase, in Julian boutiques or online at, from 19 November to 31 December, will be donated to the association for the realisation of projects to protect women.

    Anyone who finds themselves in a situation of distress can contact 1522 for help to the nearest Anti-Violence Centre.