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New opening of a Canali Boutique in Rome | Canali

A new space of pure elegance

Canali opens the brand’s first Italian boutique designed around the new architectural concept in the heart of the country’s capital.
This new retail space highlights the company’s ongoing commitment to expanding its retail network, which, since the start of the year, has already seen some major new openings, particularly in China and India.

This evening the official opening of the store, located in a historical building, will be celebrated with an exclusive cocktail party. Covering a surface area of 250 sqm on two floors, the flagship store is situated in a strategic position in the city centre, with its main entrance on via del Babuino, the epitome of luxury, a second entrance on via dell’ Orto di Napoli, and display windows that extend into via Margutta. The boutique also has an extensive terrace looking out over via Margutta.

With its origins in the rationalist architecture of the 1930s, the new architectural concept has been adapted perfectly according to the original plan of the building, which contains a series of unique spaces and has a spectacular marble staircase. The discreet luxury of the setting, defined by the choice of linear, formal shapes and prized materials that exude warmth, reflects the refined tailoring of the suits.

The two-level space is divided into theme areas that offer clients the opportunity to discover different ways to interpret elegance.

The service offered is at its most exclusive on the upper floor. Here clients can create a Made to Measure suit, purchase exclusive outfits or relax in the VIP Room with direct access onto the magnificent terrace that looks out over the historical buildings in the centre of Rome.

Free-standing furnishings, fine marble cladding and crystal glass and fabric structures are the distinctive features of a luxurious, welcoming and contemporary setting that expresses the tradition of fine hand tailoring for which Canali has been famous the world over for 80 years.