Rome is considered a fashion capital, although less important than in Milan. Important luxury boutiques, and jewelry such as Bulgari, Fendi, Laura Biagiotti and Brioni have their headquarters or were founded in Rome. In addition, other major international labels such as Chanel, Prada, Dolce & Gabbana, Armani and Versace have luxury boutiques in Rome, primarily along the famous Via dei Condotti.
VIA DEI CONDOTTI
Via dei Condotti is the street that connects Via del Corso and Piazza di Spagna and the magnificent staircase of Trinita dei Monti. This is the way with the highest concentration of luxury of Rome, in fact its windows were monopolized the big names in fashion.
In Via Condotti there are clothing stores of the most prestigious brands, accessories stores and jewelers.
Clothing stores: Dior, Gucci and Valentino. At number 67 Hermes, Armani, Battistoni, La Perla, Prada at number 94, Salvatore Ferragamo and Furla. Blunauta is 29, Burberry and Celine. Near the church of the Holy Trinity of the Spanish side of Via del Corso: Dolce and Gabbana to 52, Alberta Ferretti to 34 to 36 and Fornarina, Trussardi.al 50.
Jewellers: Federico Buccellati, Bulgari near the Spanish Steps, and Cartier.
Shoes and accessories: Bally, Mont Blanc, Testoni and Louis Vuitton not far from the Spanish Steps.
Other genres: Alberto Bolaffi is the most famous shop in Rome for lovers of philately, numismatics and collectibles in general. Modigliani is a famous pottery shop and crafts, near Via del Corso.