Villa del Balbianello at Lake Como

“When you write the story of two happy lovers, let the story be set on the banks of Lake Como.” – Franz Liszt Lake Como is the third largest lake in Italy, one of the deepest lakes in Europe and one of the most beautiful and romantic lakes in the world. Villa del Balbianello is […]

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Pinktrotters: women become social and do it with style

For the first time I met Eliana in the occasion of VFNO (ed. Vogue Fashion’s Night Out – an event taking place each year in major fashion cities) in Milan, something like two years ago. I was a bit lost amongst VFNO’s numerous initiatives and when Eliana proposed to participate in it together with Pinktrotters, […]

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Armani Silos

Although Signor Armani was not born in Milan, he became a real symbol of the city and an ambassador of “Made in Italy” in the world. Likewise Milan, Armani’s style is not pretentious, it is kind of a casual elegance (ed. except for the dresses for a red carpet). Armani celebrated his 40 years of work with […]

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Gorlini, the Italian luxury of living

One of the things Italy is most famous for is, obviously, design. The Italian style is unique and distinctive, it is a great mix of elegance, simplicity and sophistication. And this is applicable for either fashion industry or interior design and construction sector. Speaking about Italian business in general, one should also bear in mind […]

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Antlos – The Airbnb of the sea

Dreaming of some genius idea to come into your mind? Here’s some interesting news from Italy. I would like to introduce to you Michelangelo, Marco and Nicola – the founders of one of the most promising Italian start-ups. Antlos is a Venice based start-up, a platform that connects travellers and boat owners directly – to […]

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Skiing in La Thuile in Aosta Valley

During the last 2-3 years I’ve visited some ski resorts for several times but each time it was for such a quick period that I didn’t even have a chance to ski. This weekend I had it…at last! I was a bit worried that I could have forgotten how to ski but as they say it’s […]

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What to do in Porta Nuova and Corso Como on Sunday

Guys, if you come to Milan for more than two days, I suggest you go for a walk to the Porta Nuova disctrict which is actually the new “City” (ed. London’s financial district) and definitely the most modern part of Milan. The Porta Nuova Project was thought as an urban and architectural requalification around the new […]

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Winter vacations in Paris

Bonjour mes amis, in these sad days for Paris, France and each and everyone who believes in human values, I would just like to share with you some images of Paris that I took during my winter vacations. I hope this wonderful city will soon turn back to a normal life. I have to admit: […]

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Explore for yourself the world of Antinori

This weekend an incredible journey in Tuscany was waiting for me. It’s been a long time since I wanted to go to Chianti and visit Antinori wineries. For these several years that I’ve been staying in Italy I heard so much about this company that when I had a chance to go and see everything […]

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Weekend in Madrid

I have already been to Barcelona several times but not in Madrid… However, earlier or later dreams come true :) Last weekend I finally visited Madrid. A wonderful city! Of course, one weekend is too little to see everything but nevertheless I could feel the spirit of the city. Hemingway, in love with Spain, once […]

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Walking around fashionable Milan

Whether you are a fashionista or not, if you live in Milan, you will unconsciously become more “literate” in fashion. This is because in Milan fashion is everywhere: the streets are full of shops and one cannot just pass by without giving a quick look on some shop-windows, i.e. the latest trends. The city hosts […]

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