Fashion shows are not all the same. Some of them are about products, others argue about taste. A few make a statement, like Undercover just did in Florence. The Japanese übercool label designed by Jun Takahashi closed the curtain on
Pitti Uomo 93rd edition seems a very good one. I’m not talking about figures, I just say that because of the central courtyard being packed with all sorts of people. Amongst them there are those awfully dressed up and desperately
Matthew Miller has just been awarded with the International Woolmark Prize in Florence during the 93rd edition of Pitti Immagine Uomo and looks adorably bewildered, like only British do, when he sits in front of me for the interview. Ruchica
Warning: this post contains images which can be disturbing to some readers, in particular those lacking in sense of humor, but Christmas wouldn’t be the same to me without the grotesque card I find every year in my letterbox from the Italian cartoonist Stefano Babini.
This was supposed to be an interview with Sheik Nail Kesova, the director of Galata Mevlevi Ensemble, that is to say the Pir or Dede, the person guiding the Sema, the whirling ritual dating back to the 13th Century and
I love weddings. When my friends get married I am happy to help the bride with the dress, I enjoy the ceremony and even the endless dinners. I hate it, though, when they ask me to make a bank transfer, instead of a carefully chosen gift. The only time I’m really happy to simply give money is when it goes to charity.
Winter always makes me wild about shopping. Coats, jackets, jumpers, shirts, skirts and pants are more appealing to me when it gets cold, but that leads me to the never ending querelle on the value of the clothes we buy (or dream) to buy. Here there are some tips to recognize real good quality stuff, I asked my friend Angela Picozzi, co-founder of Italian top manufacturer Castor.