Gibot is a luxury retail store founded in Rome in 1956 thanks to the entrepreneurial and human qualities of Giuseppe Bottiglieri and his wife. These same values were then passed on to their two sons, Fabrizio and Eliana, who, following their parents imprints, made Gibot become a true reference point for Roman shopping.
Gibot, specialized in fashion and luxury accessories, bases its foundations on the strong synergy between in-store service and the quality of products sold, which has always been rewarded with confidence by its customers.
Over the years Gibot has been able to consolidate its reality so much that on March 30, 2009, the Councilor for productive activities of Davide Bordoni, together with the then Mayor of Rome, Gianni Alemanno appointed Fabrizio Bottiglieri as “Knight of Commerce”.
In 2014, following a strong request, Gibot also opened its doors to online sales with international shipping services.
This then leads to an important renewal of physical spaces in 2016, expanding the business and reaching a total area of 700sq dedicated to men’s, women’s and children’s fashion, where high-end luxury brands are joined by in-store spaces dedicated to emerging designers that today represent a large market’s slice.
Not only classic luxury, but also contemporary style and avant-garde streetwear. Here’s how Gibot is both an expression of the latest in the fashion world, but also a magical place where shopping turns into a real emotional experience.
For a virtual or physical shopping experience at Gibot, visit the dedicated page on SHOPenauer.com
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