Vestil is a clothing and fashion store that has long-since stood at the Piazza Statuto, in the Italian city of Tornio. It was established in 1957 and has been owned and managed by the Abalone family. The store opens at 9a through the week, except on Monday mornings. The aisles are stocked with famous brands like Lacoste, Burberry and Armani for men, and Seville, Colmar and Altea for women. Most residents that shop there claim that their grandparents did too.
Via Roma starts at the southeast of Piazza Castello and ends up at Piazza Carlo Felice opposite the Porta Nuova station. It is divided midway by Piazza San Carlo, so that the traveler must walk through that plaza in order to complete a trip to the other end. Its present-day configuration is due to a renovation, which took place between 1931 and 1937. The side closest to Piazza Castello is reminiscent of the Baroque, whereas the second part is decisively Art Deco. By day it glitters with luxurious shops, which line the street, enhanced at night by neon lights.
Stratta is a real institution amongst the cakeshops of Turin.More than one hundred and fifty years have passed since this laboratory was born. It was one of the major suppliers of the Royal Palace, and its techniques have remained unchanged through time. Now as then, it is practically impossible to resist the "Granny's sweets", the "marroni", the "turineis" and the original "gelatine drops".
Eataily is not only a restaurant and a delicatessen food shop. It is located in the former premises of a liquor factory just in front of Lingotto building and is considered a sort of manifesto of the slow-food philosophy. Their founders define Eataly as a place to buy, taste and learn about the best of foods. In fact, there is a food and wine center selling top-quality groceries and vegetables and housing 8 themed restaurants based on seasonal products—the vegetable restaurants, the fish, the meat and the pasta ones—providing generous servings at very affordable prices and at any hour of the day. There are also two cafes and an ice cream stand (agrigelateria) selling fresh milk and fruity, artisan gelati. - Maria Frullini
The tradition of a historic cake shop never tires. Anyone with a sweet tooth will go wild here amongst pralines, fresh and dry pastries, chocolate, fruit and hazelnut cakes and sweet marron glacé in autumn. They have offered various types of chocolates since the 1940's; the house specialty is the gianduiotto cream cake with chocolate and cream.
Autopsie Vestimentaireis a fashion brand and store in the Italian city of Turin, as founded by the artist Alice Viria Capelli. The story behind the name is interesting too. While the immediate and obvious thought is that it is the initials of its creator, it also symbolizes several dualities like beginning and end, and male and female. The clothes are works of arts and the designer is often referred to as the sculptress.
Verdelilla is a fashion clothing store in Turin and Porto Cervo. Found at Piazza Vittorio, the shop is a magical place. The décor is carefully put together to create poetry. As you walks down the aisles, between the creations of Elena Ghisellini, Faliero Sarti, Stefano Mortari and Pero, the feeling that you can be just about anything you want is overwhelming. The establishment sells hand-picked fashion in the form of dresses, bags, necklaces and scarves.
George Hogg is a brand under the umbrella of Benetton. It is run by the newest generation of the administrative family, following the retirement of Ponzano Veneto. What makes George Hogg special as a chain is that each outlet is in the form of a small and personalized boutique with attentive personnel. The style of clothing is chic, clean and minimalist- well with the design times. The store can be found on Via Lagrange in Turin.
Here curvy women find everything that flatters their female figure and is nevertheless modern. Thanks to valuable drapery, detailed ornamentation and artful cuts they'll find fashion from size 40 upward that does not only cover the kilos but also dresses women in a stylish way. In 1980, the company was founded as a part of the 'Max Mara Fashion Group' and is named after the owner's grandmother.