Minimarket is an extraordinary project that has quickly become successful. It is the result of two creative and innovative souls: Filippo Lombardo and Davide Frappietri who are tireless workers, full of ambitions, great dreamers...
A unique format of its kind, a new imagine in the macro-world of clothing: the minimarket concept stores do not present only exclusive collections and "limited editions", but bring every customer into the fantastic and creative universe of the art of cutting, of sewing, of the colour and of the transformation of the garments.
Everything can be customized according to the taste, desire and ambitions of each customer. Everything is tailor made for you…
A continuous stylistic research, in Italy and abroad, to create always unique details. A careful study of the constant changes of customs and fashions to meet the habits and demands of young people and trendy artists. Meticulous attention to materials, workmanship and fabrics used in production.
We collaborate with national and international brands (the most recent with Puma), with record companies (such as Best Sound and Color Sound) and with leading artists such as Guè Pequeno of Club Dogo - icons for youth fashion today -, and even with the best Italian disco clubs.
We were the first to develop live performances inside the clubs, we are followed by the best blogs and the best magazines in the sector (such as, for instance, Wait Mag and Crackers)
We are very active on social networks and constantly evolving to always be one step ahead.
We are certain of the quality of our products and the raw materials we have used, for this reason, if you are not satisfied with the products after purchase, you can return them and you will be reimbursed the total amount, 100%. We are committed to ensuring the satisfaction of our customers, because it is in our interest to have satisfied and 100% convinced customers.
The hectic life, always in a hurry, becomes even more demanding if we have to add hours and hours in line to the shops or stuck in traffic waiting for free parking.
This stress load also increases when you take out your wallet, because the fixed costs of a physical store weigh heavily on the final receipt.