Lvmh buys Belmond, a company that controls the Cipriani Hotel in Venice and the legendary Orient Express Venezia-Simplon. The French group, owner of the Louis Vuitton brand, announces today that it has concluded a definitive agreement, which provides a bid of $ 25 for each Belmond share listed in New York.
The Levante Trofeo is one of the most unique cars by Maserati. Hand-assembled by Ferrari in Maranello, this luxury car is considered by many to be one of the finest on earth and one of the most perfect for someone who lives a luxury lifestyle
In less than a month, men’s fashion will move to Florence, which will host, as usual, Pitti Uomo 95 from 8 to 11 January 2019. An international point of reference for menswear and lifestyle, the Pitti trade show will bring more than a thousand Italian and foreign brands to the Fortezza, covering 60.000 square meters. There also will be new expositive layouts: projects that reflect the contemporary essence of an historic company born in 50’s, that has always promoted fashion and design since the very first catwalks featured at the Sala Bianca of Pitti Palace in the Tuscan town.
Gold Moon Chandelier is the new creation of Catellani & Smith in which gold becomes a messenger of warmth and refinement in space. Like a cascade of suspended light, this scenographic luminous composition amazes for its spectacularity, becoming a great protagonist in the context of contract projects, hotels, and private residences.
The Group’s yachts are ready to catch the eye of Formula 1 fans during the weekend of the last Grand Prix of the season. The last act of the championship close with an exclusive evening at the Cipriani Restaurant.
The “Dialoghi” (Dialogues) exhibition, curated by Emanuele Beluffi, opens on Thursday, Novembre 29 and features works by Attilio Forgioli and Martina Antonioni. This is the second in a series of exhibitions dedicated to the dialogue between masters and contemporary artists. Artists that differ in age and geographic location can still show certain common traits, a similarity in their artistic journey that can be traced back to figurative painting, which is not just the representation of an object, but also its interpretation. When we compare two artists’ works, we can notice the existence of what appears to be a constant cross-referencing dialogue that elaborates the legacy of classical and modern art in a contemporary way.
The Fondazione Palazzo BLU, the Centre Georges Pompidou of Paris and MondoMostre have come together once again to present another major exhibition at the venue on the occasion of the tenth anniversary of the Fondazione Palazzo BLU. From MAGRITTE to DUCHAMP 1929: Great Works of Surrealism from the Centre Pompidou
By the time of his death in 1993, Federico Fellini had won four best foreign language film Oscars, tying him with his countryman Vittorio De Sica for the most wins by any director. But 25 years after he died, the long shadow of his legacy reaches far beyond awards and accolades. After all, not only was the maestro’s vision so singular and hypnotic that it introduced its own carnival-like adjective into the cinéaste vernacular (‘Felliniesque’), his movies also showed generations of film-makers the way forward – how to experiment and take risks by marrying confessional storytelling with bizarre flights of imagery.
The platinum Ottantasei (“Eighty-six”) tourbillon is the latest piece created thanks to the collaboration between Bovet and Pininfarina, which began ten years ago. Two years later, in 2010, the brand officially presented Ottanta (“Eighty”): the collaboration between the Fleurier watchmakers and the Italian designers was so successful that Pascal Raffy - owner of Bovet - and Paolo Pininfarina decided to develop it further, creating a watch collection.
Mazzolari Milano perfumery launches on Instagram Mauro Lorenzi Profumi’s “Septimontium” fragrance collection
The official website of the most important and prestigious perfumery in Milan, the world-renowned Mazzolari, has just launched a collection of niche fragrances, “Septimontium”. Created in 2017 by Roman designer Mauro Lorenzi, it got its name from the festivity celebrating the foundation of the Eternal City