Earth Day marks its 51st birthday. How is “Restore Our Earth” planning on making this world a better place?
Author: Domenico Costantini
C.P. Company is ready to celebrate the origins of sportswear today, 50 years later, through an intense programme of collaborations, community-driven activities and tributes to five decades of research and innovation
Collectible DRY interviews Simone Alliva, the author of “CACCIA ALLʼOMO,” published by Fandango Libri. In his book — a quantitative, data-based investigation spanning from the North to the South of the country — the writer and journalist has explored the phenomenon of homotransphobic violence in Italy, also referring to the latest hate incidents. From the physical episode involving a gay couple who was beaten up because of a kiss shared in public spaces to the Instagram-based homophobic attack against a model posing for Maison Valentino. These are just few of the reasons why we must have such a law NOW, once and for all
The personalisation of matter as an element of dialogue between two artists: Gaetano Pesce and Iris Van Herpen
Chanel enlists filmmaker Sofia Coppola to record the iconic bag's development at the Ateliers de Verneuil-en-Halatte
Superheroes, somersaults, and pirouettes: Creative Director Cadwallader teamed up with an incredible production team for Mugler’s Spring 2021 see-now-buy-now collection
Diversity, fairness, and inclusion are at the heart of Gucci's creative vision, which finds its purest embodiment in Lucrezia Valia. In this conversation, the actress and Gucci Rome senior client advisor reflects upon the key moments of her professional path while stressing the contribution of the LGBTQ+ community to the shaping of today’s creative scene
A new landmark exhibition at the V&A looks at Lewis Carroll’s classic children’s tale, tracing its evolution from page to worldwide sensation
Edited by activist and author Adam Eli and under the artistic direction of Italian visual artist MP5, the new edition of CHIME Zine includes essays, interviews and graphics that address topics related to the importance of visual symbols in women-led social movements
Simon Porte opened “Les Fleurs,” a temporary pop-up boutique on the 18th arrondissement. Pre-orders start March 26, and the store runs from March 27 to April 3
Kawakubo and Takahashi presented their collections in Tokyo, meanwhile Raf Simons rode solo for his label in Belgium, filmed inside a former power station. Discover what went down behind closed doors.
Focusing on Ken Scott, an artist who revolutionized '70s Italian fashion with his mesmerizing floral prints. Gucci pays tribute to the textile factory Mantero and teaches us the importance of historical fashion archives through peonies, roses, and poppies.