Florence, Italy Fashion Shopping Streets & Destinations
In this section of our consumer fashion guide you will find top destinations for shoppers in search for trendy clothing in Florence.
Via de' Tornabuoni, or Via Tornabuoni
is a street at the center of Florence, Italy, that goes from Antinori square to
ponte Santa Trinità, across Santa Trinità square, characterized by the presence
of fashion boutiques. The street houses high fashion boutiques, belonging
to stylists such as Gucci, Salvatore Ferragamo, Enrico Coveri, Roberto Cavalli,
Emilio Pucci and others.
Fabulous fashion boutique destinations
in Florence include
Dolce & Gabbana
COIN The first store was
established in 1926 in Mirano (Venice), then, in 1965 its flagship store was
opened in Milan, Piazza 5 Giornate. The store in Florence is one of the most
popular in the city, for fashion shopping. The COIN Department Stores
chain has a long history with many fashionable years ahead. When traveling
to Florence, this should be one of your shopping destinations. All COIN
Department Stores feature large sales at the end of the season, with the busiest
sale in August when many other clothing shops are closed for the holidays.
English (department store)
at Rinascente you can find designer fashion labels in the heart of Florence.
With its prime location you can't miss Rinascente in the historical centre of
Piazza della Repubblica. The big window displays are a hint of the latest trends
and brands that you can find inside the store. Rinascente is a slightly more
upscale department store than Coin with more floors and more designer names,
both local and international, which makes it a good choice for one-stop shopping
particularly if you need something open late in the evening or on a Sunday.
The first floor's cosmetics and accessories counters makes the department store
seem small, but an escalator to the next floors up reveal a much larger layout.
Find women's, men's and children's fashions. They have a rooftop terrace
on the 5th floor with an unbeatable view of the city overlooking Piazza
Repubblica where you can rest in style with a cappucino in between shops.
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After you visit Florence, you may want to travel to
Milan as well.
You may want to also try travel guides such as
consult a local travel agent when planning your shopping trip.
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