Santoni shoes Italy showcase their autumn-winter 2015/16 collection

The new collection for autumn-winter 2015-2016 by the Italian shoemaker Santoni offers a their new collection to suit the adventurous man but who also appreciates elegance and fine taste, and finally who possesses a keen eye for contemporary fashion. By combining different styles through the research of the highest craftsmanship, the crossover of designs trends […]

Winter sales in Italy & everyone is looking for a bargain!

Pescara is the capital city of the Province of Pescara, in the Abruzzo region of Italy. The town centre was very crowded yesterday because of the first day of the winter sales, which will last until the 5th March. The sales on offer by the stores is as much as 80 per cent. Some of […]

Unesco Fossil trail in Monte San Giorgio mountains

The Monte San Giorgio area in northern Italy never fails to impress it’s visitors with it’s breath-taking scenery: between Lombardy and Ticino. This mountain has an important past, a fossil deposit that dates back to the middle Triassic (around 245-230 million years ago). Characterized by the presence of at least six fossiliferous levels, this mountain […]

New 2014 Autumn Winter collection from Salvatore Ferragamo

Salvatore Ferragamo has introduced a new line of eyeglasses and jewellery for the autumn-winter 2014/15 season. Following the recent trends seen on Italian catwalks, the Salvatore Ferragamo sunglasses feature clear cut and square shapes, with compact and thick underground appeal. The frames are entirely made with coloured variants, Zyl from Red and Blue shades, extended […]

V&A-Victoria and Albert museum London celebrates Italian fashion

When in comes to fashion, there is no doubt that the Italians are unsurpassed in terms of glamour. This mantra dominates this month on the issue of Vogue Uk, speaking of Italian fashion with a view to the long-awaited opening of one of the largest ever shows devoted to Italian fashion. The venue is at […]

A Visual Feast In The Lap Of Luxury

Defined by its extraordinary location which is in the heart of a city and yet quite separate from it. the Cipriani is directly across from St Mark’s Square with its palaces, campanile, cathedral and thousands of visitors and yet there is a water’s breadth between them. You can look, but you cannot touch until you […]

The Maillol museum to showcase Murano glass history in Paris

The Maillol Museum in Paris has decided to dedicate an exhibit to the history of Venetian Murano glass. On show will be over two hundred art pieces, an extensive roundup of what the Murano glass has been and is, from the Renaissance until the present day, through painstaking and refined talent of the dynasties of […]

Gucci collection for kids Spring-Summer 2014

For the Spring-Summer 2014 collection from the renowned fashion house Gucci, have gone for a very imaginative and vibrant prints to really make your little one stand out from the crowd. Boys and girls are now at the best period of the year what with the end of school and the holidays in full swing! […]

Enjoy Italian limonata Positano on the Amalfi coast

To me, the word Amalfi sounds like a dangerously decadent yet fluffy dessert that I would eat only on special occasions. In truth, Amalfi is the place name for a town in the Campania Region of Italy, and so the moniker is used for the entire outlying coast. There is a small town on the […]

Walking Northern Italy

Italy is a truly stunning country and what makes it so unique is the diversity and richness of its landscape – not to mention its fidelity to its heritage, its history and its culture. For the walking enthusiast it can offer a very memorable experience of old world charm, breath taking scenery and rustic beauty. […]