Gucci opens restaurant and museum in Florence | RetailDetail

Gucci opens restaurant and museum in Florence

Gucci opens restaurant and museum in Florence

Fashion brand Gucci has opened a museum and a restaurant for fifty people in Florence. Three-star chef Massimo Bottura will serve high-quality meals there. A dish will cost between 20 and 30 euro.


Gucci Garden

The restaurant is located at the Palazzo della Mercanzia, a fourteenth century building with a view on the famous Piazza della Signoria. The restaurant is part of Gucci Garden, which also has an exhibition area, a boutique and a cinema. The Gucci Garden also has several themed rooms, visualizing Gucci’s vision of the future. There is also plenty of room to appreciate the past, like a room where you can gaze upon Gucci’s logo throughout the years.


The Gucci Garden was opened on 10 January, during the Pitti Uomo, which is a biennial men’s fashion convention. A museum visit will cost eight euro, half of which is donated to a charity focused on preserving Florence’s buildings.

Photo gallery

Questions or comments? Please feel free to contact the editors

Gerelateerde items

Isabel Marant opens first Dutch store


Fashion brand Isabel Marant opened its very first Dutch boutique in Amsterdam. It is located in the P.C. Hooftstraat, in a former McGregor store.

Zara opens new flagship store with holograms and robots


Zara’s remodeled flagship store in Stratford (London) welcomes customers with holograms, robot arms and iPad-powered employees. The store wants to unite the best of both the online and offline shopping world.

Komono wants to reach 10 physical stores this year


Belgian accessory label Komono wants to double its number of physical stores to ten this year. “The stores are important to tell our story”, Anton Janssens and Raf Maes told De Standaard.

Hema has to pay Levi's millions


Store chain Hema needs to pay a 4.4 million euro fine to jeans brand Levi’s after the latter went to court because Hema applied its V-shaped stitching to its own collection.

Suitsupply suffers losses because of expansion


Dutch Suitsupply has experienced a decent turnover growth last year, but its net result tumbled below zero because of its huge investments. Nevertheless, that is the only way forward according to its founder, whose focus is still fixed on the United States.

Starting this Friday, Belgium has its own national e-commerce event


Move over, Black Friday! This week, Belgium launches its own national e-commerce event as Jack & Jones, Kiabi, La Redoute, Sarenza, Tape à l'Oeil and Veritas organise the first Belgian Friday.