Exquisitely noble Christmas gifts from Editor-in-chief

Gifts are a way of expressing your feelings, showing attention and care, and most importantly they can leave an authentic aftertaste of someone’s personality. The right thing given in a certain manner can be more eloquent than a cheesy phrase. I am among those who often end up finding it easier to express feelings and care with deeds, rather than words. If you think about … Continue reading Exquisitely noble Christmas gifts from Editor-in-chief

Art exhibitions, fall 2020

The year 2020 has become the year of cancellation of cultural events. Moreover, it made us all understand that if you have planned to see one, you’d better not put it off to the last days. Here is a selection of ongoing and upcoming art exhibitions worth your attention. London London, widely recognized for its vibrant art and cultural scene, is offering an impressive variety … Continue reading Art exhibitions, fall 2020

Victoria Beckham’s seductively classy Spring 2021

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

5 addresses of art in Venice

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

Funny jewelry of Suzanne Syz

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

The Venetian Glam as a Revolution of Italian Fine Dining

One of the most beautiful and solemn cities in the world that always offers a unique and unforgettable experience. Venice amazes with its grandeur and mystery. No city in the world can touch your emotional inner self in such a profound way. Its magical, overwhelming atmosphere will envelop every privileged tourist in something so unique it can only be defined celestial. On the downside, you … Continue reading The Venetian Glam as a Revolution of Italian Fine Dining

Roberto Wirth – The Man, The Myth, The Legend

The world is changing rapidly, globalization is taking over many things. But some things are not influenced by any passing fashions. The heritage of arts and classical music, for example, an everlasting history which keeps a connection between our world and its past, and unique and rare people for whom the main values are culture and nobility. Hotelier Roberto Wirth embodies these values in his personal and … Continue reading Roberto Wirth – The Man, The Myth, The Legend

Loving Kills

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