For the “Store of the week” column, today we made a trip to Venice to introduce you the Al Duca d’Aosta boutique.
The current Al Duca d’Aosta boutique was born on the basis of a shirt fabric store, opened in 1902 in Venice, right under the Rialto bridge.
However, under the guidance of Emilio Ceccato, the business expanded from a simple retailer of shirt fabrics to a real production company of the same product.
In the following years, through the succession of the various generations, Al Duca d’Aosta made great strides in its evolution, up to today becoming a strong multi-brand retailer in the luxury clothing field.
In 2009 the growth process also expanded into the digital world with the birth of online sales through its own e-commerce channel which, thanks to dedicated services and fast shipments all over the world, stands out in the digital reality, representing a large part of the corporate business.
The careful selection of the most important luxury brands and the constant research for new proposals make Al Duca d’Aosta multi-brand retail a strong reference point for a modern, elegant and refined style.
Over 100 top fashion designers for men and women are selected by buyers to offer customers quality, elegance, but above all exclusivity through the most demanded and iconic products of the moment.
The Al Duca d’Aosta boutiques to date, are present in the most important cities of the Triveneto, precisely in order of opening in Venice (1943), Padua (1959), Verona (1960), Mestre (1969), Treviso (1980), Udine (1986) and Portopiccolo (2015).
To discover them all, all you have to do is visit the dedicated page on SHOPenauer.com, with all the useful info for a 360 ° tour in the fashion world signed by Al Duca d’Aosta.
On the other hand, if you are craving for shopping, we’ve selected for you two of the best total looks on sale at Al Duca d’Aosta, all you need to do is to click on your favourite product!
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