Made in Italy
“Objects do not only live once”, and Maria Silvia Pazzi knows it well. She is the founder and CEO at Regenesi, the leading business in post-consumer luxury that last May 16 won the “Best Performer in Circular Economy 2019” award for the manufacturing SME category
In the past few days, Italian luxury has been widely talked about, especially after Deloitte published the 6th edition of its Global powers of luxury goods. The annual review of 100 global businesses’ performances in the field confirms that Italian products are still synonymous with elegance and premium-quality craftsmanship, but also raises some noteworthy questions on a few critical points
“The city of the future, the quality of life and new frontiers of living” are the significant themes of Italian Design Day 2019. The Day, promoted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation and that put design at the core of its “Italian Lifestyle” promotion campaign, two years after its launch, has succeeded to become the established instrument to promote design as the expression of Brand Italy, a brand recognised and appreciated worldwide
Last January 16, Fondazione Bracco has inaugurated a photographic exhibition dedicated to portraying the skills of some of the scientists involved in the #100experts project, created to promote female expertise in sectors still perceived as male-dominated. The exhibition, featuring shots by famous photographer Gerald Bruneau, is focused on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) and will be open until 30 June 2019 in Milan at the CDI – Italian Diagnostic Center in Via Saint Bon 20, Milan.
Vita Bella, ARAN Cucine’s brand new product, out now for imm cologne, is a kitchen able to harmonize elements from the past and manifacture tradition, with contemporary ‘ingredients’, offering, through its different versions, multiple possibilities of interpretation of classic. Proposed in many colours and finishes, from wood to glass, metal, until the most precious marble, this kitchen, thanks to the combination of different elements as well, confers a touch of unicity to each environment
Gucci has inaugurated the École de l'Amour, an innovative training program designed to pass on the craft and production skills of the Florentine fashion house in the orbit of the Kering Group. A unique school of its kind, whose courses are divided into different activities: the Scuola dei Mestieri (six-monthly course within the Gucci ArtLab of Scandicci, designed to train professionals with skills in the design and production of leather goods, with the next registrations open in March 2019), the Factory School (a bi-monthly process in the Gucci factories, whose goal is to form a "production operator", specialized in specific operations related to leather goods) and the Technical Academy (a program continuous internal)
The Richard Ginori international tour continues with the 3rd edition of Salone del Mobile.Milano Shanghai, where some of its most prestigious collections will be on display. For the first time at the event, the Manifattura will present to the Chinese and Asian public the “Catene” and “Labirinto” collections, inspired by Gio Ponti, in addition to “Oriente Italiano” and “Totem”
Illulian is about to make its mark at Downtown Design- the Middle East’s leading contemporary design fair, now in its sixth year - which takes place within Dubai Design District from 13thto 16thNovember 2018. Fostering great synergy and commercial opportunities, the appointment provides a stimulating and inspiring background for professionals, architects...
“In order to be irreplaceable one must always be different” The cosmopolitan inspiration and made to measure creativity of Tetyana Kovalenko has given rise to the ultra luxury masterpieces designed by Elite Stone, a prestigious Italian company which began in 2000 in Rome. The meticulous, in-depth knowledge of marble in all...