Al Duca D'Aosta in Venice was inaugurated by the Ceccato family in 1943 in the “Mercerie” district, the area with an high concentration of people and tourists, between the Rialto Bridge and Piazza San Marco. This shop is considered the starting point of the Ceccato's chain.
Five windows show apparel, accessories, small leather goods and jewelry.
Precious marble floors are mixed with plain furniture, with retractable dressing rooms and windows, which overlook the ancient Venetian buildings.
The four-level building offers the best of apparel and accessories for men and women.
The ground floor proposes accessories while the first floor offers a rich selection of sport chic for men.
The second floor proposes formal suits for man and the most glamourous apparel for women: Saint Laurent, Lanvin, Dries Van Noten, Marni, Jil Sander.
Collections of Diane Von Furstenberg, Tory Burch and Burberry are perfect for daily outfits and, in the last corner, there are timeless Blue and Black Label by Ralph Lauren.
Today Al Duca d'Aosta stores are present in seven cities of Triveneto, precisely in order of opening in Venice (1943), Padua (1959), Verona (1960), Mestre (1969), Treviso (1980), Udine (1986) and Portopiccolo (2015).