At the gates of Milan there is a real electric Mill (among the first in Italy) founded in 1929.
The industrial activity stopped at the end of the eighties and after a few years (1997) the Docks Dora project took shape which transformed the old building into a second hand store that quickly became a cult for lovers of vintage and used clothing.
In 2008 the Docks Dora project raises the white flag and hands over control to a start-up that launches a new idea of conceiving the space of the Mulino (mill), DockSmart.
The revolution is gradual.
Vintage remains in the history of space without ever disappearing completely, but DockSmart sees beyond and aims at the search for new national and international brands, often unknown to the mainstream, always trying to combine the originality and quality of the products at a democratic price.
This mix is the strength that makes Mulino of the most alternative space in the city. Always full of new collections, this feature wins the graces of those who love to dress in an original way, regardless of style. In fact, the other peculiarity of Mulino is the eclecticism of the styles found between the stands and shelves of the store. In fact, the clothing varies from streetwear, to casual, up to the elegant style both for ceremony or office occasions.
Despite the pot pourri of styles, there is a red thread that unites all the collections selected by Docksmart buyers.
Not just clothing. Like any self-respecting concept store, the proposal of the articles involves different worlds, from antiques, to furnishings, from vinyls to devices to listen to them, from home accessories to perfumes for rooms and people.