Once upon a time there was the luxury unapproachable by most. There was, because for a year now, the Torino Outlet Village arose in Settimo Torinese and luxury is taking on a unique connotation: reachable. The Torino Outlet Village celebrates one year of life. Designed by Italian architect Claudio Silvestrin, the outlet – just fifteen minutes from the city center of Turin – covers an area of 20 thousand square meters with 90 stores of the best high-end brands: Armani, Frankie Morello, Dsquared2, Jim Sander, Isaiah, Antony Morato, Trussardi, Jacob Cohen and brands very very very luxury. The Torino Outlet Village is the ideal square for fashion addicts. A concentrated urban space, with a relaxing architecture, with high-end shops with a very well-kept layout, prepared and above all kind staff. An example to which many Italian squares and their stores-physical (even historical) should be inspired to bring together a clientele increasingly abducted by online.
For a shopping experience in line with the brand profile and context, exclusive services reserved for the Outlet Village customers were provided: from valet parking to the possibility of consulting a personal shopper, from home delivery of purchases to the hands-free shopping to enjoy shopping without the clutter of purchases made. The idea is to transform the choice of purchase into a lifestyle experience. In this regard, Arcus Real Estate, the manager of the outlet space, has reserved particular care in the choice of dining areas: from L’Hamburgheria Eataly to the Mediterranean cuisine of Casa Angelesi, from the accurate recipes of Italia Gourmet to Venchi chocolate. Thus, Torino Outlet village becomes a 3rd place, informal, different from the home and office (where online purchases are made), created to provide people with different reasons for regular visits and to linger for a long time inside.