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  • 8) Città tropicale, Dolce & Gabbana
    Tropical vibes all around for this summer, and there’s no doubt everyone will be pleased. Bright colors, tropical animals, and wild vegetation are the undisputed protagonists of this period, providing the right amount of cheerfulness to live the most enjoyable season of the year to its fullest.
  • 1) Miu Miu, Blugirl
    Yes, it’s coming again. Another year has passed, and here we are, ready to let the magic of Christmas fill our souls and hearts. Because let’s be honest, everyone loves Christmas, right? Its lights, its colors, and the general sense of love and happiness that is able to warm up even the coldest of hearts. And while Christmas trees and all sorts of decorations are already filling up every corner of our houses - we also couldn’t help but think about fashion.
  • 1) Dolce & Gabbana - Crêpe Dress with Appliqué
    Art & Culture
    Style
    Kayla Pantano(December 14, 2016)
    We looked to some of our favorite Italian designers and put together a gift guide of stylish pieces at reduced prices for all of the fashionistas you still need to shop for.
  • Furla's Flagship Store on Fifth Avenue
    Art & Culture
    Tommaso Cartia(November 22, 2016)
    After Furla’s record- breaking achievements all over the world and its breakthrough in the oriental market, the company—currently exporting to 71 countries— was in search of the perfect place to maximize its brand’s footprint in the US. A natural choice, the new flagship boutique recently opened in New York City on Fifth Avenue, the most glamorous shopping street in the world. We sat down with Scott Link, CEO of the Americas, to talk about Furla’s new adventure in the US.
  • Nordstrom has launched the first of two phases of “We Love IT” in eight Texas locations with special pop-up series celebrating Italian fashion. 55 Made in Italy brands in apparel, accessories, jewelry, footwear, eyewear, perfumery and beauty. The “We Love IT” campaign is a partnership with the Italian Trade Agency. “Americans have always had a love affair with Italy – through the food, culture, and style and it is a perfect opportunity to highlight the fashion and lifestyle elements in partnership with the Italian Trade Promotion Agency (ICE),” said Olivia Kim, Nordstrom VP of Creative Project
  • 2015 was the year of the iconic ‘80s designer logo comeback, We saw American designers like Calvin Klein or DKNY back in fashion in a major way. There’s nothing better than Italian powerhouses like Moschino and Valentino to take center stage. Since Valentino Garavani retired in 2008, the brand has lived a glowing second life, maintaining their classic, remarkable signature style, like Rosso Valentino. The irreverent and controversial brand is remixing new trends with classic Moschino must haves like denim luxury and its leather accessories...
  • Coreterno original t-shirt design
    Life & People
    Mila Tenaglia(April 09, 2015)
    A new urban wear and home décor brand attracting high-caliber artists like Asia Argento and Alessandro Cattelan, Coreterno’s innovative line of “Dis.order” t-shirts, “Home Décor” candles and household accessories emerged from the minds of Michelangelo Brancato and Francilla Ronchi. Provocative style for a timeless brand.
  • 8.5 million people have already bought their tickets for the Expo Milano 2015 collaboration with big name Italian fashion designers, the theme of which is “Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life”. Giorgio Armani is scheduled to open the Expo as special ambassador on April 30th with his Privé Haute Couture line fashion show.

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