Torregrossa Libertà

The boutique of Torregrossa was born in 1964.
It’s located in a nineteenth-century building, at number 5 of Via della Libertà.
It has immediately stood out as one of the first Italian multi-brand prêt à porter, becoming a point of reference for a refined, cultured and discerning clientele in a short time.


Featuring a wide range of sophisticated and luxurious fashion clothings, in the 60s the boutique showed the most elegant models by Mila Schon, Irene Galitzine, Lancetti, Fabiani, and Andrè Laug.
During the 70s, fashion trends were represented by Azzedine Alaia, Anne Marie Beretta, Jean Paul Gaultier, Christian Lacroix, Iseey Miyake, Claude Montana and Thierry Mugler.
In the 80s it’s the turn of Gianfranco Ferrè, Romeo Gigli, Yohji Yamamoto Còmme des Garçon.
From the 90s to nowadays the boutique has introduced Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana, Lanvin, Celine, Marni, Dries Van Noten and Alexander Wang.

Torregrossa has reinvented itself many times, valuing the connection between tradition and modernity, thanks to the architect Piero Pinto and the projects he has carried out.
This philosophy, enlivened by the will of offering the best to our customers, gave birth to two prestigious corners: the first was born in 1992 and it’s dedicated to Chanel maison; the second, which was born in 2006, is dedicated to Dolce & Gabbana.
Today Torregrossa is not only the name of a boutique, but it’s also a unique clothing style.