This store is a world of its own, made up of cities with names like Bari, Livorno, Caprarica, Enna or Rimini and decked out in colourful stripes. Tamara Rist’s summer bags made of deck-chair fabric have been in demand for as long as the sea has been blue. In other words, forever. A trained dressmaker, she can also offer a multitude of other worlds. Illuminated globes that rotate and have you itching to be out on the road. And what would any well-dressed woman have worn in all those countries that existed back then? Right. Summer dresses. All gorgeously patterned, they’re hanging there in the corner, waiting to be taken away. Tamara’s world is from another time and place and awakens unmistakable signs of nostalgia. It isn’t just the original 60s’ record sleeves that have been turned into unique wall clocks: the display window is packed with living accessories that take us back directly to a Golden Age, when dressing tables, giant crystal ashtrays and Adriano Celentano turned everyday life into something more beautiful.