Age D'or

For adorable children’s clothing, Age d’Or offers quality items from everyday wear to special occasion pieces to heavy duty outdoor items like puffer coats and fleece jackets. Recommended by an Indagare insider.

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Alessi & Alessi

This shoe store near the Ara Pacis sells an incredible selection of suede and leather shoes and boots in many colors and styles.

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Amina Rubinacci

Founded in Naples in the 1970s, Amina Rubinacci is a cult fashion label. Read Indagare's review.
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Antica Manifattura Cappelli Prati

This Roman hat maker has been supplying stylish, hand-made headpieces for almost a hundred years.
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Antica Manifattura Cappelli Via dell’Oca

This Roman hat maker has been supplying stylish, hand-made headpieces for almost a hundred years.
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Artisanal Cornucopia

Located on a quiet street just around the corner from Piazza del Popolo, this small store embodies its name by offering an abundance of artisanal crafts from around the world. Its owner Elif Sallorenzo—a half Turkish, half American woman, who married an Italian—loves things that are handmade, so she sources them from Italy and elsewhere. Here, she displays them with pride and can tell you their story of origin, whether it is a wax-cloth shawl from West Africa, an ikat pillow from Istanbul or beauty product from the north of Italy. She carries items that you are unlikely find to elsewhere.

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Atelier Bomba

Cristina Bomba founded her bespoke tailor shop in 1980, and her tradition of impeccable fit with the finest fabrics is carried on as family business.
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Badura Roma

Badura Rome sells customizable leather bags made of exotic skins like ostrich, python, goat, eel and alligator.
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Barbara Gregori

Barbara Gregori is a great Roman go-to for under-the-radar Italian brands. The owner loves colors, prints and quality fabrics.

Chez Dédé

Located in Rome's lively Campo de’ Fiori neighborhood, the uber-stylish Chez Dédé sells a highly curated collection of fashion (both vintage and new), accessories, stationary, art and home décor.
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Closet Roma

For luxury vintage finds, Closet Roma is a must. Find purses, coats, shoes, tops, dresses and accessories for fashionable yet affordable outfits from designers such as Jimmy Choo, Hermes, Valentino, Balenciaga and more. Recommended by an Indagare insider.

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Dadada

Dadada has become known for its trendy evening wear lines. It is where all the chic Romans in their 20s and 30s go to play dress up.
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Daniela Tovazzi

Made-in-Italy leisure staples like wide-leg cashmere pants and coordinating sweaters for winter and linen separates for summer.
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Davide Cenci

The Cenci family has been dressing the most fashionable Italians for more than eighty years. The third generation of couturiers runs the business now, which has outposts in Milan and New York, but this is the flagship, where you’ll find the largest selection of their clothes as well as brands like Burberry and Ralph Lauren. Custom pieces can also be ordered.

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Fabiana Filippi

This Umbrian-based women’s wear designer uses the highest quality silk and cashmere and emphasizes classic silhouettes and hues. Their silk and knit t-shirts are fantastic staples and the jackets have elegant cuts. Some of their lines can be found at high-end department stores in the U.S. but here you can shop the entire collection.

Merchandise at Federico Polidori, Rome, Italy

Federico Polidori

Just as Romans have their preferred gelato spots, so do they tend to pick a leathermaker and stick to his wares. True Trussardi families wouldn’t order anywhere else, and neither would Polidori loyalists. There are basic pieces for sale in the shop, but this leather artisan also makes pieces to order using the finest hides and hand-stitching.

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Gente Roma

This high-end Rome boutique stocks a curated selection of fashions from some of the best designers in the world. Read Indagare's review.
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L'Archivio di Monserrato

Part workshop and part boutique, L’Archivio di Monserrato is the passion project of Argentine-born fashion designer and art collector Soledad Twombly. Here, find vintage textiles and artworks, plus custom-made dresses, antique tea sets, Tibetan vases, and more. Splurge on a custom dress, or shop one of the other handmade robes and coats for something more affordable yet still special. Make an appointment for her one-of-a-kind fashions that both flatter and impress.

La Rinascente

Rome's Rinascente, which boasts a food hall, rooftop restaurants and Roman ruins, is a great one stop shop for fashion, beauty, design and more.
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Lesley Luxury Vintage, Tridente

There are two outlets of this shop in Rome but both share the same mission: to recirculate great fashion and “waste no more.”

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Lesley Luxury Vintage, Via Vittoria

There are two outlets of this shop in Rome but both share the same mission: to recirculate great fashion and “waste no more.”
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LOL Roma

With six boutique spread around Rome, LOL Roma is a mini empire of fun fashion finds from the fashion lover Fabio Casentini.
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Lunaria Cashmere

This boutique from a family-owned company sells high-quality cashmere in a rainbow of colors and range of styles.

Malìparmi Rome

An Italian brand founded in 1977 by Marol Paresi, Maliparmi has been expanded by her daughter and granddaughter.

Mimmo Siviglia

In one of Rome’s oldest neighborhoods is the custom shirtmaker Mimmo Siviglia. For almost half a century, Siviglia has been making bespoke shirts for men and women out of the finest Italian cloth. His small shop has brightly painted yellow walls and shelves lined with bolts of fabric—from pastel-colored Egyptian cotton to twill and flannel. You will have to have two fittings and must order a minimum of a half dozen shirts, but once they have your form down (assuming it stays the same), you can order and he will ship anywhere in the world.

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Momonì, Campo Marzio

The founders of this Italian brand began by designing lingerie and have since expanded into women’s fashion.
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Momonì, Via del Babuino

The founders of this Italian brand began by designing lingerie and have since expanded into women’s fashion.

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