The large traditional Italian fashion brands, from Armani to Versace, can be found around Viale della Libertà. There are a number of stores selling handicraft products that make for unique memories of the island. Piccolopunto, on Via Villareale 52, is good for embroidered Sicilian bed linen and curtains. Antique embroideries can be found at Al Cancellato, Via Paolo Paternostro 82. Palermo has plenty of shops selling very kitsch ceramics. For more elegant wares, head to the northern end of Via Maqueda. Le Cittecotte di Vizzari, on Corso Vittorio Emanuele 120, sell exquisite hand painted models of Palermo's palazzos and churches. For those looking for bargains and unique shopping, this can be explored at one of the many street markets. The largest of them all is La Vucciria. It specialises in food, though some of the stores and stands carry interesting or eclectic items that will look good in your home.