Caffe Giacosa, located on Piazza degli Strozzi 1 in Florence, was founded in 1815. Historically it was a meeting place for the sophisticated Florentine society, attracting personalities such as the princes Ruspoli, della Gherardesca, Torricelli, and Corsi.
In 2009 Roberto Cavalli, born-and-bred Florentine with strong links to tradition, reopened Florence's historic "drawing room", restoring the city one of its famous cafès. Inspired by the will to maintain the original architectural design and the magic atmosphere of the era, Roberto Cavalli has preserved the elegance of the setting.
This year, for the Easter holidays Roberto Cavalli has created a special Chocolate Egg gift that is made with a fine selection of cocoa beans, and animal prints hallmarked by the maison's monogram symbol. The egg hides a unique surprise: a lovely floral print scarf by Roberto Cavalli.