In Milan comes the installation to experience the SOS of plastic at sea first hand On the occasion of the Milan Fashion Week for Men, at White in the heart of the Tortona Fashion District, Get in Sync Water opens from June 15th to 17th, an installation that will take visitors directly to the bottom of the sea
105 years have passed since the construction and launch of Tirrenia II by the H.R. Stevens Yard in Southampton. This splendid sailing yacht is built entirely of teak and was designed by Frederick Shepherd, the British yacht designer who passed away in 1969 at the age of 100, with more than 80 designs, primarily cruising yachts, to his name
Last Saturday, “Terzo Paradiso”, the most renowned collective work by Michelangelo Pistoletto, met the sea for the first time at the port of Catania, where it was assembled out of plastics waste. 30-meter long and 12-meter wide, the installation was set up on a floating dock by citizens, who used plastics retrieved from the sea in order to relieve the pollution of the Mediterranean
This latest collection and its artsy twist are another step in the series of partnerships between Louis Vuitton and international artists as prestigious as Jeff Koons, Stephen Sprouse, Takashi Murakami, Richard Prince and Yayoi Kusama. Limited to 300 pieces each, all models featured in the Arty Capucines collection will be available for purchase in Louis Vuitton’s stores starting from next June 25th.
What do Richard Branson, David Copperfield, Leonardo Di Caprio and Larry Ellison have in common? They each own their very own private island. But two top entrepreneurs have chosen Fiji as there private paradise of choice, namely Austrian Red Bull billionaire, Dietrich Mateschitz and German, softwear turned hospitality mogul, Christian Jagodzinski who resides on Palm Island in Miami Beach when he’s not jetsetting to one of his Villazzo villas he operates as rentals around the world.
The Miami Yacht Show and Miami Super Yacht Show made a lot of waves this year, literally and figuratively. After 30 years located along the intracoastal on Collins Avenue, The Miami Yacht Show moved from Miami Beach to a new location in downtown Miami on Biscayne Bay between MacArthur Causeway and Venetian Causeway
Running for ten days between October 17thand 26th, the next Venice Fashion Week will also introduce the “Sustainable Fashion Day”, scheduled for Saturday 23rd. Host at Ca’ Sagredo, its inauguration will include a panel discussion titled “Uk-Italy: Lessons in Sustainable Fashion”, plus an evening event. Both meetings will focus on sustainable fashion, and on the education of future designers and customers
“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