Casadonna Hotel Casadonna is located in a XVI century monastery in Abruzzo, surrounded by the mountains of the National park. The main feature of Casadonna, and the reason for its birth, is the 3 Michelin stars restaurant Reale run by chef Niko Romito and Cristiana Romito, his sister. Looking for a location that would host a restaurant and headquarters for his expanding activity, the chef … Continue reading 5 hotels in the middle of nowhere. Italy.
A few days ago, Victoria Beckham’s new collection was presented at the Victoria Miro Gallery in London, by the way, I wrote about the Victoria Miro gallery, which is located in Venice. I have had a drive for Victoria Beckham fashion voice since her first collection. She has established herself as a revolutionary in the fashion industry, successfully pivoting between “sexy” and “cool”. Her class … Continue reading Victoria Beckham’s seductively classy Spring 2021
Venice is a place densely inhabited by art. A city where the High Renaissance and contemporary art perfectly coexist. An endless number of exhibitions, cultural events, museums, and galleries are filled with an enthusiastic audience. World-renowned creators, artists, collectors, and creatives come here for inspiration and useful contacts. In this article, I have selected 5 must-see galleries to start your acquaintance with the Venetian art … Continue reading 5 addresses of art in Venice
Who said that jewelry has to be serious? Nobody did. But for almost the whole history of jewelry, this has been the direction followed by brands and designers by tacit consent. And consumers had to accept it and go with it. Suzanne Syz’s art grew into a new wave in the world of jewelry in the ‘90s, and she still goes on with the same drive and joy. To get the message and the sense of humor of … Continue reading Funny jewelry of Suzanne Syz
Maria Callas was a woman with a tragic fate who sacrificed for love. A strong, talented, beautiful, successful opera diva who only had one weak spot: Aristotle Onassis. She gave him the unconditional love of a woman, without a drop of selfishness. She loved him more than herself. This love reminds me of Marina Abramovic’s first performance “Rhythm 0” in Naples. When you give full … Continue reading Loving Kills
Wallace Chan is an outstanding figure in the jewelry world. He became the first Chinese jewelry artist represented at The European Fine Art Fair in Maastricht and Biennale des Antiquaires in Paris. His creations are part of the permanent collection of the British Museum, his exhibitions were held at Asia House in London and Christie’s Gallery in Hong Kong. He travels the world to give … Continue reading Impossible reality
Odiot was founded in 1690, and for over three centuries this company of silversmiths maintained its fabulous tradition of creating exceptional pieces in precious metals. Through the generations the House of Odiot has always remained devoted to the same task of handing down a heritage of “savoir-faire”, intelligence, honor and renown. Under royal patronage, Odiot rapidly became one of the most prestigious silversmiths of the … Continue reading DRESSER VOTRE TABLE «À LA FRANÇAISE» by ODIOT
I started this career path when I was 16 years of age, working for a lifestyle magazine writing about fashion. My enthusiasm was so strong that after a few months, I started working on joint projects with the editor-in-chief. This proved to be an excellent opportunity to gain knowledge directly from the management of the magazine. My passion for fashion and journalism developed, and from … Continue reading Christina Rusu, Editor-in-chief of SURREAL GENERATION