Its roots go back to the 19th century when Colognese was founded as a luxury footwear store that served all the Venetian nobility; its eyes are instead focused on the future, on growth and innovation, on the constant search for new ways to explore and interpret the contemporary through fashion, clothing, and accessories.
Colognese is still growing, after having already extended its sales point from 100 to 500 square meters in 2008 with the inclusion of women’s clothing; today the historic boutique completes the purchase of the building in Corso Mazzini in Montebelluna and carries out a thorough renovation.
This new configuration starts from the ground floor with the women’s collections, shoes, and accessories and a new space dedicated to men, and then climbs to the first floor with the elevator where the man and the child expand further. The combination of tradition and contemporaneity is also reflected in the wise choice of brands that populate the boutique and that have always ranged between big brands, niche brands, young and research companies, small businesses and craft proposals accessible to all. A winning mix that over the years has conquered an increasingly broad and loyal clientele.
An approach that has made the boutique a point of reference and excellence of Italian retail to achieve prestigious goals, such as being selected among the best shops by the National Chamber of Buyers and to be included by Vogue Italy among the 150 best stores in Italy.