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?
Hunting for Relevancy: the Rise of British Sport
From the Duchess of Devonshire’s memoirs including a section on Harold Macmillan learning to shoot to the mishaps surrounding a hunting party in Mitford’s Highland Fling, I seem to have a penchant for the moorish stage on which these aristocratic endeavors are set...
Entering the Fantasy Suite: What the Bachelorette can learn from her literary sisters, from Flaubert’s M.me Bovary to Ferrante’s Lenù
What the Bachelorette can learn from her literary sisters, from Flaubert’s M.me Bovary to Ferrante’s Lenù...
Pedro Gonzalez, il “peloso” più famoso di sempre
Aveva lineamenti delicati, carnagione scura e una peculiarità...
Da Livio, Osteria al Pescatore
Discover the tastes of Italy with Gianpietro Miolato
An Exchange with Roberto Bolaño (Chile, 1953-2003) in the Mexico City Archives
A poetic exchange with Roberto Bolano
Illustri persuasori. 2 – Tra le due guerre
Another striking exhibition from the Salce's collection in Treviso, Italy
Joseph Tassoni: talento e stoffa da vendere
Exclusive interview with Italian-Canadian fashion designer Joseph Tassoni
Richard Strauss’s Arabella: to love you more, gilded nostalgia
Strauss's Arabella produced by the Canadian Opera Company
Bill Cunningham, in memoriam: the Eye of Street Fashion
A piece to remember Bill Cunningham and his amazing work as a photographer
The Upsides of the Downton Abbey
Why do we like books and movies about the British aristocracy so much?
La paura crea confini. Ma fa ripensare l’arte
La Terra Inquieta, an exhibition by Massimiliano Gioni