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Handmade leather goods are among the best things to splurge on in Rome—excellent workmanship and attention to detail are the norm, and you’ll find beautifully constructed jackets, shoes, gloves, handbags, and more. You can even have items made to order at artisan workshops.

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Le Terre di AT

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Le Terre di AT is a modern potters' workshop nestled in the belly of San Lorenzo, Rome's burgeoning university district. Working on the...

Pifebo

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A sensational vintage-clothing emporium packed with thousands of items, fire-engine red Pifebo has a loyal following of university students...

Red Frame Shop

  • Clothing

A small and somewhat hard-to-find boutique that is identified only by its red-brick framed door, Red Frame Shop is open odd hours, so...

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