Save at the Designer Outlet The Mall near Florence in Tuscany

The Mall factory outlet stores near Florence in Italy have bargains by top designer brands including Armani, Fendi, Gucci, Jimmy Choo, Tod’s and Versace. Prada is nearby.

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The Mall outlet stores near Firenze in Tuscany feature factory outlet prices on designer clothes by some of the most exclusive labels in Europe. The Mall has only around 20 shops but labels include Alexander Mcqueen, Armani, Burberry, Coach, Fendi, Giorgio Armani, Gucci, Lanvin, Salvatore Ferragamo, Stella McCartney, Tod’s, and Versace. Prada has a large store nearby. Getting to The Mall factory outlet stores is easy by car, train, bus, or private shuttle services from Florence.

The Mall Designer Brands Factory Outlet Stores

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Shops on Via de Tornabuoni in downtown Florence have the style but not the savings!

Italy has some of the most desirable fashion designer brand clothes with the Tuscany region near Florence home to many factories. Several factories in the region have special shops where b-grade or overstocked items are sold. The wares on offer can change daily and depends on what items are sent back from shops, storage facilities, and factories.

However, The Mall brings around twenty top fashion brands together in a classy shopping center. Some of the best brands in Italy have outlet shops here with huge savings on regular shop prices. Clothes here are mostly overstocked items or slightly out of season – b-grade items are very rare.

Top fashion brands with their own outlet stores at The Mall in Leccio Reggello near Florence include:

  • Angelo
  • Alberta Ferretti
  • Alexander McQueen
  • Aquazzura
  • Balenciaga
  • Billionaire
  • Bottega Veneta
  • Burberry
  • Celine
  • Chloé
  • Coach
  • Corneliani
  • Dolce & Gabbana
  • Emporio Armani
  • Ermanno Scervino
  • Ermenegildo Zegna
  • Etro
  • Fay
  • Fendi
  • Giorgio Armani
  • Givenchy
  • Gucci
  • Hogan
  • Jimmy Choo
  • Loro Piana
  • Maison Margiela
  • Philip Plein
  • Prada (see below)
  • Roberto Cavalli
  • Saint Laurent
  • Salvatore Ferragamo
  • Sergio Rossi
  • Sutor Mantellassi
  • TAG Geuer
  • Tod’s
  • Tom Ford
  • Valentino
  • Versace

Prada has a separate store next to The Mall, where shoppers can save on bags, shoes, and clothes. For cheaper brands such as Adidas and Nike, head to the McArther Glen Barberino outlet mall to the north of Florence

Opening Hours of The Mall near Florence, Italy

The factory outlet stores of The Mall are open seven days per week from 10 am to 7 pm. (June to August usually 9:30 to 19:30). The Mall is open on some public holidays.

The Café serves coffee from 8:30 am, the restaurant serves lunch, while the bar is open until 8 pm.

Non-European Union residents may claim back sales taxes on shopping – strictly speaking, shoppers should resist using any of the items until after having left Europe. It is often necessary to show the items to customs at the time of departure from Europe. Enquire from any shop or the information office on the procedure to claim taxes back.


Getting to The Mall Factory Outlet Stores near Florence

Transportation to The Mall factory stores is easy from Florence by car, train, bus, or shuttle bus service. A car certainly is the easiest option with ample parking at the shopping mall.

By car from Firenze, follow the highway A1 southeast towards Rome and exit at Incisa-Reggello. Follow the road towards Pontassieve – The Mall is just past the small town Leccio. The full address is The Mall, Via Europa 8, 50066 Leccio Reggello, Firenze, Italy.

By train, take the train from Firenze Santa Maria Novella to Rignanon sull’Arno. Form here, The Mall is a five-minute taxi ride away.

Using the hourly bus may be easier – the bus departs from the Florence Busitalia / Sita station at Via Santa Caterina da Siena 17 near the train station. The one-way fare is €7.

Private shuttle services are a good choice for small groups with pickups from many hotels.

The Mall offers huge savings on top brands. However, its popularity also means that bargains are increasingly hard to find. It is worth arriving at opening time to find items stocked early morning before huge bus parties turn up. As the shops are outlets, the wares may vary widely between visits, items may be out of season, and some may be b-grade wares – usually clearly marked as such. Bargain hunters should also bear in mind that 50% off Prada shoes may still be a lot more expensive than full price on many other brands. The real items are on sale here, not cheap imitations, fakes, or copies.

The high season in Florence is increasingly long: Easter, May, July, August, and the Christmas holidays are especially busy. November and January to mid-March are the only quiet months. Plan and book time-slot reservation tickets and tours when available in advance — the Accademia and the Uffizi are again sold out weeks in advance. Top sights are quieter directly at opening time or in the late afternoon.

→ →  Special opening hours for top sights in 2024 — most sights are open normal hours in 2024 but advance time-slot reservations when available are always sensible even for sights where bookings are optional.

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