Luisa Via Roma

Luisa Via Roma

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Via Roma 19/21r, Florence, , Italy
Luisa Via Roma Store in Florence
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Great design, Trendy

Founded in 1930 by Luisa Jaquin, this cutting-edge, multilevel store continues to be at the forefront of Florence's retail fashion scene, even after some 85 years of business. Renowned for its original, highly creative window displays, it stocks an ever-evolving selection of labels from the likes of Dries van Noten, Stella McCartney, and Vivienne Westwood. Their 'New Talents' lines from up-and-coming young designers are always worth keeping an eye on.

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