Must-see shopping in Palermo

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    Lurù Maison d'Artiste

    After years living abroad, Loredana Lo Verde returned to her native Palermo, opening this little studio-gallery in La Kalsa. Inspired by Sicilian icons,…

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    This quirky gallery-store stocks idiosyncratic works created by numerous local artists and artisans. You'll find photographic images of Palermo…

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    Wear a little Sicilian slang with one of the T-shirts, sweat tops, hats or bags sold at this cool little shop. All bear captions in local dialect, from…

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    InsimuLab is home to jewellery designers Valeria and Simona and ceramicists Giulia and Davide. The former make highly creative, geometric rings, earrings,…

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    Naná Aristova Jewels

    World travels and a Siberian childhood inspire Naná Aristova's unique jewellery designs, which include necklaces, earrings, bracelets and rings. Using…

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    Mercatino Antiquariato Piazza Marina

    Palermo's best-loved flea market takes over Piazza Marina and surrounding streets every Sunday morning. Those with a sharp eye can find some real…

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    Borsa del Pellegrino

    Using traditional techniques and Tuscan leather (including vegetable-tanned leather), self-taught leather craftsman Francesco Pellegrino and his partner…

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    Tre Erre Ceramiche

    Colours pop at this family-owned ceramics showroom. There's an extensive range of vibrant, handmade items, from egg cups, platters and vases to Med-chic…

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    La Coppola

    If you're hankering for a handmade Sicilian coppola, this bolthole sells modern, unisex takes on the traditional island flat cap. Most models come in a…

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    Lurù Galleria d'Arte

    This hole-in-the-wall gallery showcases the work of talented local artist Loredana Lo Verde, whose main studio is a short walk away.