Battistoni

Historic Center
Menswear

It’s no secret that Roman men are exceedingly stylish, but even the most well turned out turn to Battistoni to take it up a notch (even Jude Law cites it in the Talented Mr. Ripley as the temple of masculine tailoring). An institution since 1946, the flagship turns out dapper shirts and made to measure custom suits.

Battistoni
61A Via CondottiRome, Italy
39-06/697-6111

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