Caracciolism. A conversation with artist Mattia Caracciolo...
Down the Danube with Paddy
...with my old friend Paddy. You may know him by his Christian name, Sir Patrick Michael Leigh Fermor. Fermor was a man of wonder and once described as a cross between Indiana Jones, James Bond and Graham Greene in the New York Times.
Pumpkin pie. A recipe
A classic, hot from your oven!
A Toronto ai tempi del COVID
How has it been living in Toronto since March 2020, from a very tiny, individual perspective?
Una singola parola colma di significati misteriosi: Tenet costituisce il centro del Quadrato Magico di SATOR ricorrente in numerosi reperti archeologici e in costruzioni cristiane molto spesso sotto forma di incisione o graffito...
Eau de cologne: easy perfumes for difficult people
Do you know your colognes? Today we look into this most fleeting art form and list five wonderful examples and alternatives...
Isabella Rossellini on the revelations behind Blue Velvet
Leafing through Summer
So, my dear Reader, if you need to escape. If you need to get away. If you need a vacation from this perilous and boring life we find ourselves in, might I make a few recommendations?
Ritorno alla Costa Smeralda
Located on the north-eastern side of Sardinia, in the region of Gallura, the Emerald Coast is a brief strip of land that faces a crystal-clear sea. It was literally invented back in the Sixties by His Highness the Aga Khan...
A new poem by Lindsay C. Sidders
Nature’s Gentlemen: Akeley and McQueen
The work of Akeley and McQueen offers complex interactions that question the ever-relevant human condition and its unbreakably twisted relationship to nature...
Why don’t you go where fashion eats
“It will be the last chance to take home a piece of the legendary universe represented by the Ritz Paris"