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Leam Limited

The longstanding designer boutique Leam just opened this cutting-edge sibling that sells handpicked pieces from all the Italian greats—Prada, Marni, Missoni—along with upstart labels, in a sleek, pared-down environment.

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Mado

Stop here if you're a fan of gorgeous antique kimonos (prices start at $75) and vintage costume jewelry (from $25).

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Mondello Ottica

Locals have flocked to this tucked-away eyewear shop for the past quarter-century to pick up La Dolce Vita-worthy sunglasses. Look for lines like Christian Roth and Cutler and Gross.

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Nia & Co.

Conveniently located across the street from each other, these sister boutiques are local favorites. We prefer the shop at numbers 30/31 for its affordably trendy offerings: Un Jour Un Sac totes, Cath Kidston messenger bags, and Vanessa Bruno tanks.

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Nuyorica

After wandering through the Campo de Fiori, take a minute to find this unpretentious, tucked-away boutique—especially if you're in the market for the latest Balenciaga bag or Chloe sandals.

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Omero e Cecilia

A slew of vintage and recycled-clothing shops line Via del Governo Vecchio, and with its ample selection of leather bags (in the $30 to $50 range), shoes, and jackets—along with an array of cool scarves—this one gets our vote for the best of the lot.

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Piccole Gioie

Trays of inexpensive Italian jewelry (18K gold and turquoise drop earrings, coral charm necklaces) are arranged in the windows of this shop according to price, starting at about $13.

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Retro

Three Calabrian sisters teamed up to open this sleek three-year-old shop, which sells all things midcentury modern for the home: furniture, tabletop items, and an impressive selection of Murano glass vases.

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SBU

Jeans from this under-the-radar Italian line aren't cheap (expect to pay about $180), but they have a great fit and anything-but-cheesy worn-in look. Snap them up here, as they are frustratingly hard to find in the States.

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Sermoneta

Up for grabs in everything from shamrock green suede to bright orange lambskin, Sermoneta gloves are priced as alluringly as the colors they're available in: about $28 for a cashmere-lined pair. Stock up now for winter.

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