Discover the beautiful pieces that you can uncover in these Roman boutiques, with LUXOS's guide.
Costanza and Giulia are the two young designers behind Co.Ro.’s unique ‘architecture-à-porter’ jewellery pieces. Their academic background in architecture and resounding love for Rome’s diverse architectural styles see them making pieces modelled after iconic structures in the city, including the industrial Gasometro in Ostiense to the Colosseo Quadrato in EUR.
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This divine perfumery will tempt you with its alluring scents and delightful designs. Named for Laura Bosetti Tonatto, a professional ‘nose’ who has a gift for combining ingredients to create harmonious and delicious fragrances, the boutique features dozens of perfumes that cover all scents along the fragrance wheel, from floral and fougère to woody and citrus.
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Italians are masters at accessorising from head to toe and more often than not, it is their frames that set them apart from the crowd. Family-owned Mondelliani is a 100% Made In Italy eyewear brand that creates high-quality specs with plenty of flair. From shades and eyeglasses to a range of accessories, the designs are high fashion with a refined aesthetic.
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Antica Manifattura Cappelleria
Frequented by the likes of Madonna and Lady Gaga, Antica Manifattura Cappelleria creates bespoke hats of all styles for stylish men and women. The oldest hat shop in the city, it fuses a longstanding tradition with an innovative sense of fashion to create wearable products – from cloches and berets to bonnets and bowlers, there are plenty of styles to choose from.
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