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Not just a shop. Not only vintage: a wardrobe of ideas. Set in a romantic and attractive Venice, in a characteristic square where You can drink an aperitif, You can sight the access to ‘L’Armadio di Coco’ .A cup of tea while You fit some dresses...more
Hours Today: 10:30 - 19:30
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Campo Santa Maria Nova 6029/B, 30121 Venice, Italy
Off the beaten path in a sub-level shop is a treasure trove of vintage Italian clothes. The prices range from affordable to higher end. The staff is very friendly.
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