How long have you had your shop and can you describe what makes it unique? Is there a particular style or product that you think best represents your work?My mother Cristina Bomba founded Atelier Bomba in 1980. As of today, we design and produce one evolving no-season collection. We produce a RTW line in limited amounts, sold exclusively at our boutique on Via dell’Oca 39 in Rome. Here, we also offer a made-to-measure and bespoke tailoring service. Atelier Bomba has never taken part in the fashion system directly; we have moved with it, yet have never submitted to it. We are free from its dictates and able to work within our own rules. Throughout our history, we have always stood in the circle of culture, design and the arts. Besides being a bespoke handcraft tailor, I am currently the director and CEO of Atelier Bomba. My sister Caterina Nelli designs almost everything that we produce. And we work with our mother Cristina to bring Atelier Bomba's vision into the future.What is your favorite aspect of living in Rome?Besides my work at Atelier Bomba, one thing I immediately think of is the light in Rome, the way it fills the space. Each morning I walk to the Atelier through the Villa Borghese and walk home at night around sunset. The light here has me falling in love everyday.What are some of your favorite sights, activities, museums or neighborhoods in Rome that you would recommend to a visitor?San Carlo alle Quattro Fontane, Sant’Ivo alla Sapienza, San Pietro in Vincoli and getting lost anywhere within "the walls.”What should no visitor to Rome miss seeing or doing?Seeing Ponte Rotto from Isola Tiberina’s shore: a truly unique Piranesi experience. (It’s best to keep in mind to avoid Isola Tiberina during the summer season, as the temporary stands erase some of the beauty and romance.) And wandering the city in the early morning, near dawn, which is the only time in the day to really experience the city space.