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Alessandro Sorbello is a freelance travel writer based in Italy and Australia and edits for Ciao Darling and New Realm Media

Factory Outlets in Italy are everywhere and in most cases, they are hidden in the obvious however in some cases they are very difficult to find - why is that? Well the reason is that Italian designers don't particularly want you to buy their products from Factory Outlets - they would prefer you to buy them at Boutiques in Florence or Milan.

Italian Factory Outlets are a treasure to find because you can save a packet and get great products at a fraction of the cost. In Italia the factory outlet concept is still somewhat undiluted and you will find genuine factory outlets clearing stock.

Be sure to check out the Factory Outlets Italy www.FactoryOutletsItaly.com site for an online directory of over 1500 factory outlets in Italy.

Gucci Factory Outlet Information about the Gucci Factory Outlet. The Gucci outlet is also nearby in Tuscany, at Leccio Reggello. The building itself is not marked "Gucci" - in fact, there was no announcement when the store opened

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Dolce & Gabbana Factory Outlet One of the most sort after factory outlets.The Dolce and Gabbana outlet is housed in a beautiful white building that stands on its own, but even so, it can be hard to spot.

Prada Factory Outlet Hard to find but well worth the trip to Tuscany. Prada is said to be the most prominent example of a new form of inward-directed luxury. While in the eighties luxury was explicitly displayed, today an understated luxury is sought, only recognizable by insiders.

Fila Factory Outlet Fila made a dramatic debut as an elite performance brand in 1973, coyly introducing cotton rib to tennis while courting the nobility of Bjorn Borg

Fox Town Factory Outlet Many important Italian brand names are represented here. Open every day including Sunday from 11 am to 7 pm. Over 40 stores, each one carrying one brand including Gucci, Prada, Nike, Diesel, Irge, Versace, Everlast, Facis, and Iceberg

Ellesse Factory Outlet The Ellesse name is based on the initials, L.S., of its founder, Leonardo Servadio. In 1959, Servadio created a revolutionary stretch ski pant which established Ellesse among the elite alpine social circles, making it the ultimate aspirational brand

Kappa Factory Outlet Kappa and Robe di Kappa are known today all over the world because of its idea of unisex in the 70 which were synonymous with sport sponsorships beginning from the 80 and represents values like expression, freedom, creativity and loyalty: values that make sport a universal language.

Bolgheri Factory Outlet There's a very large selection of raincoats, neckties, and other clothes from names such as Aquascutum, Church's, Dunhill, Givenchy, Karl Lagerfeld, Les Copains, and Ermenegildo Zegna. Discounts up to 50%

RJ Outlet This is a small mall but includes a lot of big names and is 25 minutes by car from Milan. The owner buys end-of-season clothes from deluxe boutiques throughout the north of Italy.

Serravalle Factory Outlet The Serravalle Outlet is only a short distance from you, between Piemonte, Liguria and Lombardia. Here you will spend your shopping days enjoing relax and and major brands.

The Mall Factory Outlet At The Mall Outlet Center you will find brands as gnona, Bottega Veneta, Emanuel Ungaro, Ermenegildo Zegna, Fendi, Giorgio Armani, Gucci, Hogan, I Pinco Pallino, La Perla, Loro Piana, Marni, Salvatore Ferragamo, Sergio Rossi, Tod's, Valentino and Yves Saint Laurent.

Timberland Factory Outlet This is the Only Timberland Factory Outlet In Italy, they have new stock arriving every 20 days and the products are discounted by up to 50% off retail prices.

We invite you to join us in a marvelous shopping day!. Tuscany is the home to the Italian textile industry. And where there are factories, there are factory outlets. The fashion houses which manufacture in Tuscany include Gucci, Fendi, Armani, Dolce e Gabbana, Jil Sander, Helmut Lang and Prada.

 

 

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