At 1,470 square meters, Valentino’s newly opened flagship store in Rome is its biggest one yet. The boutique, which neighbors the 16th-century Palazzo Mignanelli (the label’s creative headquarters) in Piazza di Spagna, was designed by Valentino creative directors Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli along with architect David Chipperfield.
In true Valentino fashion, it’s made of super-luxe materials, including Venetian terrazzo with Carrara chippings, timber, leather, and marble. It houses the brand’s women’s and men’s ranges, and it will also be the first of the Italian Valentino shops to offer made-to-measure denim for men. See below for a look at the dazzling interiors.