In the heart of Parma lies the Cathedral. Work on it began in 1059 and finished in 1530 with a dome fresco designed by renowned artist Antonio da Correggio. At the vintage boutique Loppis, also situated in this Italian city, one finds similarly impressive and beautiful artworks, albeit much smaller. Loppis pulls an assortment of vintage products from various eras, and gathers this melange in their showroom. Their collection of curiosities is testament to their broad but unique outlook on vintage design. While Sputnik lamps hang here, common in many vintage boutiques, one will also find some utterly unique items. Like the cathedral it shares with the city, this boutique is a product of time-traveling design that remains as fascinating and relevant today as it ever has.