In light of the opening of her latest exhibition, running at Paris’ Galerie Sophie Scheidecker March 19—April 30, the photographer sheds light on how COVID-19 made her come full circle with the early days of her artistic production
Author: Gilda Bruno
We pay homage to the groundbreaking portrait and fashion photographer whose unexpected disappearance left an overwhelming emptiness in the international community
Home run! Overall, it was a great season for designers showcasing at Paris Fashion Week. Let's discover why...
What happened in Paris? The French-based Fashion Week digital presentations were all about the right mix between elegance, glamour and excess
The pioneer modernist architect and designer, who passed away in 1992, will receive a posthumous prize at this year’s Venice Architecture Biennale
Featuring over 130 artworks by 34 Italian painters, Milan’s Palazzo Reale latest exhibition The Ladies of Art goes virtual for another unmissable evening dedicated to women’s genius
On display at Fondazione Prada until September 27, the showcase immerses us in a fairytale atmosphere where Who, a cardboard bear in search of identity, fights to become more than one of the thousand images composing reality
Fourth day, still standing. Judging from what we have seen, day 4 of Milan Fashion Week was all about escapism. Whether it was through a blast from the past or by embarking on a journey to an unexplored dimension, today’s collections all appeared to have the desire of running away from the “new normal” as their core. An easy way out, so to say, but who can blame them?
In the wake of their acclaimed runway debut during September’s Milan Fashion Week, the “Black Lives Matter in Italian Fashion” collective came back for another digital show celebrating diversity
For the first time since founder Luca Benini launched it in the 80s, the groundbreaking underground culture brand is opening the doors to its historical archive