Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…


You know you want one of those fantastic orange bags signalling to the world you've been shopping at Hermes.
La Perla
Louis Vuitton
Salvatore Ferragamo
From small-time cobbler to shoe-maker to the stars - Salvatore Ferragamo.
Dolce e Gabbana
D & G - Divine & Gorgeous fashion.
Sergio Rossi
Roberto Cavalli
Although to some it's more cliché than chic, Roberto Cavalli still has an appeal.
Fratelli Rossetti
Whether you've been hit with the desire to buy golfing shoes, or not, pop over to Fratelli Rossetti and have a peek.
Fabrizio Bulckaen
Fashionable and functional shoes at Fabrizio's.
Calling all gentleman with style! Empresa is waiting for you...
Calvin Klein
Be sure to look as good underneath as you do on top with chic underwear from Calvin Klein.
Max & Co.
Easy on the eyes and easy on the wallet, Max & Co. is worth a visit.
When in Rome, do what - albeit, wealthy - Romans do, shop at Valentino.
Burberry Prorsum
Who doesn't love a bit of Burberry?
Degli Effetti
Spoilt for choice across the three stores of this Roman fashion giant.
Laura Biagiotti
Cuddling up in cashmere is decadent, but when it's been bought from the Roman 'queen' of cashmere, well, that's a whole new level of luxury.
Costume National
Armani Jeans
Delectable designer denim...
Stand out from the crowd, ladies, with clothes from Iceberg.
Hogan is the place if you fancy buying your own pair of bowling shoes. Why not get a new handbag as well while you're at it?
Josephine de Huertas & Co
A favourite with the fashionistas in the know.
Hugo Boss
Look suave in Hugo Boss.
Couture and ready-to-wear from Dior.

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