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  • Art & Culture
    I. I.(October 13, 2017)
    Last Thursday, a large crowd flocked to the Art Center at Queens College of The City University of New York for the inauguration of the exhibition The Fabric of Cultures: Systems in the Making. The Made in Italy--Designers Link Their Collections to their Local Roots, Emphasizing Tradition and Local Culture
  • Zesty Kraft (Los Angeles)
    Facts & Stories
    Giulia Iani(June 06, 2017)
    Buying an Italian product has come to symbolize immersing oneself in the Italian way of life. An analysis of the industry’s overseas advertising lingo can help us understand how foreign consumers perceive the country itself.
  • In preparation for Consorzio Vasari’s Florence in New York Trade Show that will take place from May 15-17, a press conference was recently held at the Italian Trade Agency to discuss the exciting upcoming schedule.
  • For the upcoming March 2 initiative aimed at promoting an important sector of Italian creativity, the Italian Cultural Institutes of New York and Los Angeles are hosting world-famous architects to mark the occasion.
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    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.
  • The Italian Ministry of Economic Development will release a detailed plan to promote the export of Italian fashion to the US. This will highlight the “segno distintivo” of the goods produced in the Italian fashion sector.
  • With earnings of over $38 billion, last year’s exports of Italian foods surged upward by 2.7% over 2013. And even as producers are urged to continue to protect the quality of today’s food production, interest in the history of Italian foodstuffs is keen, as is illustrated in a new museum exhibition showing how ancient Rome fed its one million citizens
  • Rossopomodoro, a Neapolitan restaurant and pizzeria located in Manhattan’s West Village, hosted an event supporting a petition urging UNESCO to add Neapolitan pizza to a list designated to protect cultural assets from disappearing. Moderated by Simone Falco, CEO of Rossopomodoro US, Rossopomodoro, the panel included Italy's former Agriculture and Environment Minister and petitioner Alfonso Pecoraro Scanio, Franco Manna, President and Founder of Rossopomodoro and Nicola Farinetti, Owner/Partner of EATALY.

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