Effervescent sensations between Lamberto Gancia and his friend Paolo Pininfarina.
The Teatro Stabile di Torino represents Italian excellence: a National Theater and an asset that's accessible to the whole community.
Marco Riccetti, Turin bar tender born in 1983, is the winner of “Spritz against everyone”, a real challenge created on the occasion of SpumantItalia by The Spiritual Machine in collaboration with the magazine “Bubble's”.
What makes the contained magic of the atmosphere of what was the first capital of Italy fascinating is the slow rhythm of the river that weaves through Turin, which deeply characterizes it.
It goes from one project to another. I get excited every time I visit the Consortium. After having recently presented the Prosecco Rosé, its success repaying the time and tenacity required in setting up the supply chain, the Prosecco DOC Consortium is already working to achieve another objective: that of environmental sustainability and product diversification. Download the printable version An objective that I’m trying to understand by talking with …
We have chased each other for a long time and, finally, the opportunity for a quiet chat has now materialized almost unexpectedly. After all, the life of Cesare Baldrighi has always been a continual race from one commitment to another.
An extraordinary testimony to Italian talent, where competence, creativity, passion and an extraordinary flair for beauty are combined without forgetting respect for the environment Elegance, sensuality, harmony, sinuosity, femininity, seduction; in a word, class. These are the sensations that one feels when observing the décolleté of Alessandro Oteri, a talented and refined designer of women’s shoes. It is the contemporaneity in the individuality, iconic creations of elegant grace that …
Over the last fifty years, there have not been many fashion brands in Florence that have contributed to making Made in Italy known in the world. And their names have become real must-haves: from Ferragamo to Gucci, from Coveri to Cavalli to Daelli-Scervino.
In this still difficult phase, conditioned by a pandemic that does not want to leave us in peace yet, it is important to ask ourselves whether the so-called “new normal” will also affect the tourism sector in the near future.