Alberto Guardiani narrates the new Fall Winter 2013-14 Collection within a workshop-atelier delI'East London, through the streets of Kensington and the Carnaby Street in the magic atmospheres of the sixties The flavor of the Biba experience of Swinging London are a strong source of inspiration for the setting of the shots of the new advertising campaign for the leading shoe brand of Made in Italy, located in Le Marche. The protagonists are immersed in a creative atmosphere, typical London style, classic and contemporary, urban elegance at the same time formal for a collection that combines the underground rock with romance and creativity of the design.
Back to the future: 'Made in Italy' gets a makeover China Post “We want to become a new wave of Made in Italy,” Andrea Tessitore, chief executive of trendy eyewear maker Italia Independent, told AFP in an interview.
The This Morning chef offers up his five top spots to experience the best local food in his home nation
In chef Gino D’Acampo’s new six-part cooking travelogue, Gino’s Italian Escape (8pm, Fridays on ITV), he guides us around southern Italy, and crafts colourful meals with his home nation’s finest produce, revealing some of the county’s best kept secrets along the way.
Ahead of the show, Radio Times Travel catches up with Gino for his top five Italian treats to try, while discovering Italy:
An initiatory journey into the world of Ducati & Tudor watches. The history of Ducati, its relationship with Tudor watches and the results of their alliance
Ah, Italy… Its authenticity, its scents, its Aperol Spritz… and its beautiful Italian women. A perfect cocktail to enjoy in the tranquility of municipality of Firenzuola. Well… it depends where you are actually. Because if Italian guys speak loudly, their engines sing just as intensely. On two wheels as on four, when the red color is required, the sharp sound of their gear is heard.
A very different approach compared to the Swiss, who know how to take time. The time to make timepieces that will assess athletic performance of the finest Italians.
In sum, two countries for two philosophies that join together the time of events like the Grand Prix Moto GP at Mugello. But not only.
TUDOR watches and DUCATI have decided to push their collaboration much further by associating themselves for 5 years now in order to thrill Ducatistis and other lovers of fine engineering.
After the release of the first Fastrider chronograph a few years ago, TUDOR unveiled at Baselworld an even more extensive partnership with Ducati. On one hand, a “Black Shield” watch model that comes in two versions, on the other hand, the customization of a Diavel motorcycle by King Roberto Totti.
A nice program for a journey that allowed us to understand this very special partnership between the two brands.You will see that when Rolex’s the little sister alias TUDOR awakes to the sound of a Ducati, things get serious.
The art of traditional boot making is something that Pantofola d'Oro know a thing or two about. The small team that operate from a factory in the mountains of southern Italy are the only people still hand-producing football boots ...
Real olive oil producers in Umbria, Italy! The local Italian farmers take pride in their work, and produce one of the most important and iconic products in Italy. Observe the process step-by-step as the farmers harvest, wash, press and bottle this liquid gold we know as extra virgin olive oil, and learn just how many olives it takes to make a single gallon!
If you imagine the average wine buyer (someone who chooses the wines for supermarket shelves) to be male, older, tweedy or wearing a lab coat, then let me introduce you to Jeneve Williams, a young New Zealander with long pinky-orange hair and neon clothes who joined Marks & Spencer in 2012. She’s not just a buyer – she’s a trained winemaker who travels to far-flung wineries putting together bespoke blends for the store. Having studied winemaking at Roseworthy college in Australia, Williams is in charge of M&S wines from South America, Eastern Europe and, naturally, New Zealand, but her biggest impact has been on the Italian range. She inherited a good set from her predecessor, Jo Ahearne MW, and has built on it imaginatively, bringing in 24 diverse wines to make up what I reckon is the best Italian collection currently on the high street. “I love Italy’s diversity: all those grape varieties, the new finds at every turn,” says Williams. She’s introduced unusual wines from the volcanic slopes of Mount Etna, a rare dry Sicilian zibibbo, an exotically scented Le Marche lacrima red, and the low-alcohol Giardini. And now there’s a chianti in a raffia flask – the sort that you turn into a candle holder (or used to) when it’s empty. It’s selling well. “The packaging is either a nostalgic nod or a new discovery, depending on your age!” she says. Next she’s scouring Calabria, Puglia and Sicily, where she describes herself as like “a kid in a candy shop”. Look out for what she picks and mixes.
Giardini Veneto 2012, Veneto (Marks & Spencer, £6.99)Chianti 2012 Villa Cerna, Tuscany (£9.99)Lacrima di Morro d’Alba, Le Marche (£11.99) - A lively, perfumed red with a whiff of Parma violets and bright, intense, fresh red-cherry fruit, this would be perfect with a fine ragù.
Via Mariano Pallottini
Americans think they know cars and motorcycles. Sure we do, why wouldn’t we? When you’re the land that gave the world the Shelby Mustang, Dodge Charger, and Harley-Davidson, it’s easy to get a little cocky about your place in automotive history.
But let’s think seriously here for a second, if you’re going to really pick a place to visit as the “Land of Motors”, the Mecca of Automobiles, are you going to prefer to book a flight to cold, industrial Detroit, or to the warm foothills of the Italian motor Valley, through Italy’s Emilia Romagna region, and trek through the Apennine mountains? Not convinced?
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