In a world where “fast” is our new middle name, it’s hard to remember the days of lemonade on the porch, or one-of-a-kind furniture made by hand.It’s hard to recall the days of listening to whatever song came next on the record, the days of no commercials. And shouldn’t we celebrate these little things? Shouldn’t we enjoy the few moments it takes to pull some cash out of its designated spot in your wallet rather than just request money on Venmo? Marketwatch seems to think so,
Leather is one of those materials. The smell of it heightens the senses. If you spend any time in Italy, then you will encounter articles made from this amazing material. Local markets are the most common place you will find the smell of leather wafting through to your nose and delighting your sense of smell. Italian leather has been famous for centuries for its quality. People have been making high quality items from leather in Italy since the Middle Ages at least. But do yo
Design is in everything that the Pagani automobile company do. Their cars are longed for the world over. As a relatively new player in the global supercar industry, you might think that they would have a hard time keeping up with some of their more illustrious neighbors. But, like Ferrari and Lamborghini, their connection to style has put them firmly on the list of the most desirable cars on planet earth. Their Chief Designer, Horacio Pagani tells us all in this Envy Italy in
In a war of haute couture between France and Italy, you already know which side we are on! But this La Voce di New York blog, they look at the differences between design in the two countries. Money always talks, so the country that is seen as the fashion leader will benefit from higher clothing sales. In addition, a stylish reputation will help tourism and many other aspects of the economy. “It is no secret that France and Italy have been locked in a fashion war for decades.