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  • The Peroni Nastro Azzurro Celebrates "The Visionary World of Vogue Italia" exhibition in New York was open to the public, offering an exclusive behind-the-scenes view of world renowned photographers, artists, actors, models, designers, musicians and architects.
  • Italian language and Italian culture make an inseparable pair. Ilaria Costa, executive director of the Italian American Committee on Education (IACE), speaks about this and recounts how difficult it is, in the Tristate area, to promote everything Italian through the language. It’s surprising – but not surprising to us at i-Italy – that many Americans, who do not have a familial relationship with our country, are interested in studying our language. The charm of our culture penetrates America, regardless of the blood ties of its inhabitants.
  • Art & Culture
    Natasha Lardera(August 06, 2014)
    Rizzoli has just published a new book on the designer from Piacenza by the title “I cretini non sono mai eleganti: Giorgio Armani in parole sue.” The volume, edited by Paola Pollo, was released to celebrate Armani's 80th birthday, which occurred on July 11th.
  • The idea is to make outlines or take silhouettes of everyday things that captivate me and translate what I see into flatness. For Italian National Day on June 2nd a “City Specific” project, Velvet Park, at the Italian consulate
  • Amarcord is a place to remember, the first vintage shop in New York built with the heart and soul of two Italians whose goal is to share a tradition of great things, high quality, and elegance
  • Grazia D'Annunzio and Eugenia Paulicelli, creators and hosts of the AdDRESSing Style series at Casa Italiana Zerilli Marimo', engaged Valerie Steele, Director and Chief Curator of the Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology, in a multifaceted conversation about the role of fashion in contemporary society and culture.
  • Life & People
    I. A.(July 06, 2013)
    A special place with fashionable treasures from all over Italy. Original high end Italian shoes, handbags, jewelry and accessories. Nice things you won't find elsewhere in New York. Meet Miss Antinori, responsible for creating this little paradise for women who love fashion and who want to stand out from the crowd. A passion for hats and shoes. Unique just like jewels. “I want many hats in my shop for next winter, ones that stop traffic, because of their great design. Look at these jewels. Unique. They are pieces of art. Resin with 24-karat gold.... And these shoes? They cost $120. Made in Italy and they are so comfortable. It’s like being barefoot. One client told me: I will buy them and wear them on the airplane.”

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