Cosamimettooggi offers personal shopper services in Rome.
You can book all of the tours that are described in the page Personal Shopper for Private Individuals You can choose the language of the person accompanying you and any additional services to liven up your shopping.
Why go shopping in Rome?
Because people breathe fashion in Rome. Let us tell you some interesting facts on the history of Roman fashion that we are sure you will love to know about:
Do you know who created the breath taking black dress that Anita Ekberg wore in Fellini’s movie “La Dolce Vita”? The Fontana sisters did.
They sewed the bridal dress that the American actress Linda Christian, the wife of Tyron Power, wore. They were the first designers who created uniforms for Alitalia’s flight assistants. The Fontana sisters founded their personal fashion house in Rome in 1943. Their outfits became famous amongst the divas of the time, and some of their creations are on display in the Metropolitan Museum in New York.
He opened his first fashion house in Via Sistina, Rome, in 1951. In an interview with Vogue, Christian Dior refered to Roberto Capucci as the “best creator of Italian fashion”.
In 1958, in Boston, he received the Oscar of fashion for having created the box-shaped line, which was revolutionary from a stylistic point of view. His research aimed to consider dresses as a unique work of creation. His sculpture dresses can be admired in the Roberto Capucci foundation in Via Gregoriana 56, Rome.
Valentino owes his name to his mother’s infatuation with Rodolfo Valentino, the star of silent movies. His favourite colour has always been red. His passion for theatre had convinced him that red was the most dramatic colour in existence; and red was the distinguishing feature of his style from the very beginning. Red contributed to the success of his outfits.
In 1959, when he decided to open his first salon, he chose Rome. At the time, Rome had become the capital of cinema and of Italian high fashion. Elisabeth Taylor was one of his first customers, and she remained loyal to him for the rest of her life.
Because Rome carries the tradition of fashion, of style and tailoring, and of craftsmanship in its DNA , which have recently been re-elaborated in a contemporary manner.
It will be a pleasure to accompany you through the discovery of numerous artisan workshops that have been there for as long as the Romans can remember. It will be a pleasure to introduce you to new designers who create contemporary models, take you to browse markets or simply help you to choose a handbag by that legendary brand. Rome offers all this, and Cosamimettooggi will be at your service in this pleasant discovery.
All you need to do is book your shopping tour that most closely meets your needs. You can find more information on our tours here.