1. Dress, Emanuel Ungaro, www.ungaro.com 2. Dress, Chiara Boni, www.chiaraboni.com 3. Dress, Chiara Boni, www.chiaraboni.com 4. Necklace, Chanel, www.chanel.com 5. Shoes, Bally, www.bally.com 6. Dress, Acne, www.acnestudios.com 7. Bag, Anteprima, www.anteprima.com
The owner of the Wedding Planner Management Agency 1870, Barbara Filippini, has told us exactly where foreign visitors prefer to get married, and what hides up the sleeves of an event manager.
Barbara, what kind of wedding ceremonies do you mostly deal with? Are they traditional or uncommon?
Stepping straight out of the 1970s, the luxury bohemian trend, inspired by the iconic hippie-chic look, took almost all runways this season.
The 70s, characterized by large social and cultural changes, have redefined fashion in a big way, and in particular, the role of women.
The fashion capital of Italy is hosting its third vintage fair where you can purchase clothes and accessories.
Milano Vintage Week has already conquered the hearts of Italians and many admirers of the retro style who come to Milan from abroad to find something unique at the fair.
For the 54th time, Milan is about to rock the design world, as creatives from all around the globe descend on the city for this year’s Design Week, held between 14 –19 April.
Many of the Design Week events are also related in one way or another to the World Expo 2015, which opens its doors a few weeks later on 1 May.
The 50s and 60s were years of great change for Italy. It was a period which redefined the concepts of style and fashion.
La Dolce Vita was a way of Italian life and the emblem of an era: the streets of Rome, the American stars, the excesses. This are the years of high fashion, of ostentation, the period of the economic boom following the Second World War; a wave of change, in politics, art and costume.
A day’s stroll around lake-side towns, epic alpine mountain roads, or world-famous Chianti vineyards offers much to see.
It is even better to do this by bike. You could be a bike commuter, weekend rider or road hater; there’s fun for all kinds of adventurers of every level!
Welcome to our small but perfectly formed guide for true gourmets.
This issue will introduce you to the joys of truffle hunting, wines from one of the most picturesque regions of Italy and, we dare say, the best wine room in Milan. Savour this taste of Italian gastronomy!
We have prepared a guide to the finest thermal resorts in Italy where you can relax, restore your health and immerse yourself in the picturesque scenery.
Terme di Sirmione
Water from these springs is of atmospheric origin and travels for several decades before bursting up from beneath the ground.
“Food is our journey, home, memory, hard work and pleasure. It is our present and our future, our life!”
So says the promo for this year’s grandest event in Italy, EXPO Fair 2015. Although not even open yet it has already beaten all records for the 150-year-old exhibition. Milan-based platforms will host 60 pavilions representing 140 countries, compared to EXPO 2010 in Shanghai, for example, which involved 42 pavilions.