On a small street filled with artisanal studios and antique shops, you’ll find this charming homegoods shop and calligraphy studio.
Master perfumer Sileno Cheloni creates bespoke and rare fragrances in a warm, library-like environment. Your friends will thank you for bars of tomato leaf soap.
Peruse handmade table linens, elegant baby accessories, and locally crafted bow ties and handbags at this concept shop.
A local entrepreneur reopened the once-abandoned first floor of Mercato Centrale with high-end regional producers. Spring for a Neapolitan pie (or two) at Sud.
One of the world's oldest pharmacies, and quite possibly the most breathtaking, it was founded in 1221 by Dominican friars looking to make herbal poultices and remedies for the monastery. The offerings — perfumes, talcums, soaps — are ornately packaged and, fittingly, heavenly scented.
Custom shoes for gents! It takes several fittings, so invest the time at the beginning of your trip. Choose style, colors, materials, and fit. Shoes will be sent to you in six months — a real treat to see whenever you look down at your feet.
Cruise this side street for excellent antiques, collectibles, vintage attire, consignment accessories, and Florentine fashion rarities.