Welcome to Fashion Outlets Italy
We all know that Italy is one of the best countries for fashion and design. Fashion has always been an important part of the Italian culture and society, and Italians are well-known for their concern with always looking fully dressed and elegant.
In Italy there is no lack of fashion! You won't be surprised to know that Milan was ranked the top fashion capital of the world and Rome the 4th, according to the Global Language Monitor in 2009. Milan and Rome are generally considered two of the "big five" global fashion capitals.
Many of the most important fashion designers came from this elegant country. In Italy there are also many important fashion-houses. In fact among the Italian fashion labels there are names such as: Roberto Cavalli, Gucci, Emilio Pucci, Prada, Bottega Veneta, Benetton, Missoni, Valentino, Armani, Dolce & Gabbana, Versace, Krizia, Miu Miu, Laura Biagiotti, Max Mara, Fendi, and Moschino, just to name a few.
Fashion is not only about apparel. An important role is played by accessories and jewelry and sometimes by a mix of both. This is the case of the partnership between Bulgari and Luxottica which has created wonderful and very exclusive eyewear!
If you are visiting Italy it would be a good idea to take advantage of your stay to make some great purchases! Good places to have a great shopping experience and get great bargains all year round are the Italian factory outlets.
In these shops you will find a wide range of products from previous seasons, off season and samples at incredibly discounted prices.
To get more information visit FactoryOutletsItaly.com and find more than 3000 Italian factory outlets!
Gucci Factory Outlet (Sandigliano, Biella) Gucci is one of the most famous and acknowledged icons of Italian style and fashion. It was founded by Guccio Gucci in 1921 with the idea of combining Italian skills with the refined British style.
Since 1975, Giorgio Armani (Giorgio Armani Factory Outlet (Leccio Reggello, Firenze) has lead the fashion world. His collections are always innovative and modern but never lack elegance and charm. In contrast, the Personal Shopper shopper is a relatively new professional with a good knowledge of the fashion world and its trends. It is the perfect guide if you are looking for something to wear for a special occasion, but also if you just want to be very trendy.
A brief look at some Italian Designers
Moschino is one of the best known Italian fashion brands. You can immediately recognize its creations because they are innovative, playful, colorful, often eccentric, and always flattering to the figure.
After more than a century, Bulgari is now an important Italian luxury company. It has extented its business from jewelry to fragrances and cosmetics, bags and leather goods, watches and fashion accessories.
Max Mara is an Italian brand very dynamic and innovative. Its presence on the Italian and international market is strong and diversified, thanks to its different brands and lines: Sportmax Code, Occhiali Max Mara, S Max Mara and Max & Co.
Tod's is a renowned luxury Italian brand specialized in leather goods, especially shoes. The Italian style, attention to details and refined taste find in Tod’s one of their best expressions.
Prada is an Italian fashion brand specialized in men's and women's luxury goods such as ready-to-wear, leather accessories, luggage, shoes, hats, perfumes and sunglasses.
Camicissima has a reputation for maintaining high quality and tradition and at the same time manufactures current, relevant, and modern styles that satisfy every customer’s requests.
Elena Mirò is one of the historic Miroglio Fashion’s brands. The apparel division of the Miroglio Group was founded in 1985 to give a positive response in terms of style and class to all the plus-size women.