Fashion

Photographer Bob Krieger dies

Photographer Bob Krieger dies

Photographer Bob Krieger dies In his black and white portraits, Bob Krieger, who suddenly disappeared on 7 May in Santo Domingo, had managed to tell the recent history of our country, condensing its success in the faces of characters such as Gianni Agnelli (of which he was the official photographer …

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Masks signed fashion: who produces them?

Masks signed fashion: who produces them?

Masks signed fashion: who produces them? Everyone is looking for them, nobody (or almost) produces them: designer or trendy masks have become the most desired accessory on the net but, despite the fact that many companies (such as Gucci and Prada) have partially reconverted their production to meet the demands …

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The letter from Pettenon Cosmetics

The letter from Pettenon Cosmetics More than 20 Italian companies which are part of the excellence of the ‘professional products for hairdressers’ sector, have promptly reacted to the postponed announcement of the reopening of the salons with a joint statement addressed to President Conte sent in recent days. Between these …

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Fashion Global Conversations: John Galliano with Anna Wintour

Fashion Global Conversations: John Galliano with Anna Wintour Fashion Global Conversations. Second edition “I will continue to fight to the end for the freedom to create and the creative process,” said John Galliano during the Fashion Global Conversations second edition. Live from his Parisian home, the legendary designer, who is …

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Mugo: the new app against climate change

Mugo: the new app against climate change MUGO is a new Italian startup that has decided to take on the biggest challenge of our time: tackling climate change. How does it work? By answering a few questions on www.mugoapp.com (eg: Where do you live? How do you eat? How do …

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Google Arts & Culture introduces music on virtual tours

Google Arts & Culture introduces music on virtual tours For a few days now, Google’s Arts & Culture platform has been experimenting with new ways of enjoying art. There are not only the interesting virtual visits to the largest museums in the world (we have already talked about them here) …

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