Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

Rome

Confetteria Moriondo e Gariglio
An historic chocolatier in the centre of Rome, the Confetteria Moriondo e Gariglio sells delicious confections year-round, including Italian specialties.
Mango
Bruno Magli
Shoes and bags are essential purchases - of course you should shop here. It's practical, right?
Dolce e Gabbana
D & G - Divine & Gorgeous fashion.
La Soffitta Sotto i Portici
Antiques aplenty at this market.
Loco
As the name might imply, Loco delivers shoes that are not ordinary. And thank goodness for that!
Sabon
Relax after your hard day of hedonistic shopping with some deliciously-scented scrubs and creams from Sabon.
Vestiti Usati Cinzia
You don't need to sort the wheat from the chaff at this vintage boutique - it's all wonderful.
Roberto Cavalli
Although to some it's more cliché than chic, Roberto Cavalli still has an appeal.
Miss Sixty
Fun clothes and accessories abound in Miss Sixty.
Fabrizio Bulckaen
Fashionable and functional shoes at Fabrizio's.
Alberta Ferretti
The clothes may be floaty, but the style is substantial.
Prada Sport
If you want to look good while working out, why not indulge in some Prada?
Via Sannio
This market may need you to morph into the Indiana Jones of shopping, prepared to tackle every obstacle and dig through every object mountain. But it will be worth it - there are some real discoveries to be made.
Nuyorica
You cannot be in Rome and miss the opportunity to go to Nuyorica.
Carla G.
Modern and minimal are the clothes at CarlaG.
Moschino
Give in to the fun and the fashion at Moschino.
Omero e Cecilia
A veritable emporium of vintage goodies.
AVC by Adriana V. Campanile
Shoes, glorious shoes, all the kinds you could wish for.
Aspesi
Modern fashion and modern art all in one place.
Porta Portese
Do not flee this flea market.
Etro
Tina Sondergaard
Retro fabric but up-to-the-minute designs can be found at the store of Tina the Dressmaker.
Maga Morgana
Release and indulge your feminine side through the clothes at Maga Morgana.
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.
Angelo di Nepi
International influences are evident in this designs of this Roman.
Patrizia Pepe
Florentine fashion in a Roman setting. Fantastico.
Diesel
United Colours of Benetton
Who says high-street can't be high-profile?
Armani Jeans
Delectable designer denim...
Candle’s Store
Don't light a candle in this temple. Buy one. Or two. Or eight.
Costume National
Hogan
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?
Sisley
Casual but essential fashion.

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