Florence is known for its medieval architecture, leather shops and Michelangelo’s David; it’s also home to some of Italy’s legendary brands, like Gucci, Salvatore Ferragamo, Emilio Pucci and Roberto Cavalli. While it’s long been associated with high fashion, it hasn’t always been considered a trendsetter. But that’s changing, with Vogue suggesting Florence could be the world’s fifth fashion capital after New York, Paris, London and Milan, thanks to young designers and concept stores popping up alongside top fashion houses. Here’s how to experience the city like a true Florentine fashionista.
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