Representing the best luxury multibrands stores in Italy.
Camera Buyer Italia (The Italian Chamber of Fashion Buyers) is the Italian trade Association created with the aim of bringing together, protecting and representing the best luxury multibrands stores in Italy.
With the registered trademark The Best Shops ®, it certifies a high quality and unique luxury shopping experience, as well as being the tool for numerous activities and events aimed at increasing the reputation, prestige and image of associated companies.
Camera Buyer Italia, with more than twenty years of history behind it, is the privileged interlocutor and point of reference for all Italian luxury multibrands and for all initiatives aimed at enhancing and promoting Italian Fashion and luxury, both in Italy and abroad.
On 22nd of May 2000, in Milan, in Piazza del Carmine, in the presence of the Notary Santa Picciolo, the “Camera Italiana dei Buyer della Moda” was established with the abbreviated form “Camera dei Buyer” which over time first became the Camera Italiana Buyer Moda, then Camera Buyer Italia.
The owners of the most important Italian luxury boutiques were present at the Memorandum of Association: Flaminio Soncini (Tony Boutique, Magenta), Francesco Parisi (Parisi, Taormina), Giampiero Molteni (Tessabit, Como), Valter Sbaiz (Sbaiz, Lignano Sabbiadoro), Graziella Maria Bruna-Rosso (Bruna Rosso, Cuneo), Marco Ferretti (Ferretti Boutique, Cattolica), Andrea Panconesi (Luisaviaroma, Firenze), Claudio Travagli (Segreto, Ferrara), Giampiero Pomposi (Pomposi Boutique, Voghera), Alberto Grilletti (Castangia, Cagliari), Tarcisio Raimondi (Raimondi, Ravenna), Lino Ricci (Lino Ricci, Perugia), Tiziano Cereda (Biffi Boutiques, Milano), Stefano Gozzoli e Bruna Casella (Bernardelli Stores, Mantova), Mauro Sighinolfi (Della Martira, Carpi), Annalisa Marchioro (Paranà, Padova), Rosa De Fano (De Fano Boutique, Bari), Fausto Fredi (Elite, Manerbio).
A statute was drawn up, which regulated the association and its work:
a) Promote, in society, among entrepreneurs, consumers and specialized operators in the fashion sector, awareness of the value and economic, social and civil function that the boutique represents;
b) Promote transparency and clarity of the Chamber of Buyers, through the search for the quality of services rendered by the companies owned by the members;
c) To jointly represent the owners of luxury multi-brand boutiques, vis-à-vis the authorities and public administrations; organizations and associations in the fashion sector in Italy and abroad; trade union organizations;
d) Protect and assist, always, the companies of the associates in the context of the tasks assigned to them, as well as carry out all those tasks that, in the interest of the category, were entrusted to them by the assembly or, for it, by its own Governing Bodies;