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A vast selection of women's shoes from Roman designer Adriana Campanile at the best prices you'll find this close to the Spanish Steps. Upstairs in the...
Piazza di Spagna 88
Franco Borini's shop is busily chaotic, packed with clued-in shoe lovers. His elegant but durable shoes follow fashion trends religiously and prices are fair.
Via dei Pettinari 86
A reliable if limited department store. Romans come here for tights or sheets that last. The make-up counter and lingerie collection are good points....
Piazzale Appio 7
Come here for creative clothes in bright and/or natural colours; evening dresses are complemented by lovely shoes and bags. Very affordable.
Piazza Cairoli 11-12
If you like your shoes avant-garde, this is the place. From classy to wild and eccentric, its pieces are always one step ahead of the flock.
Via dei Baullari 22
This Roman institution in the down-at-heel Esquilino neighbourhood has a mind-boggling (and often strikingly ugly) assortment of clothes, shoes, luggage,...
Via dello Statuto 11
This is the place for extravagant but stylish shoes and clothes by the hippest designers. Owners Cristiano Giovangnoli and Emanuele Frumenti keep the...
Piazza Pollarola 36-37
Owner Franco is a blossoming shoe designer himself, and several of his hand-painted pairs are on sale along with comfy Kickers, funky Pura Lopez, and other...
Via di Parione 40A
The man the Japanese cognoscenti call the 'poet of shoes' flies to Washington to measure George Bush's feet. Even Bill Clinton was spotted at his pretty...
Via Bocca di Leone 59
Restaurants & cafés, Shops
The concept behind this 'concept store' is that you can shop for clothes, shoes, flowers, household accessories, CDs, mags and perfumes, get your hair done,...
Via del Babuino 155A
A glimpse into the true heart of Rome; prices are considerably lower than at more central markets too. The whole northern aisle is dedicated to cut-price...