Vicci Recckio is a freelance writer and teacher in Tuscany. She has contributed to 'European Homes and Gardens, Women's Health and Fitness', PBS.org and other magazines. She is currently assembling a book of interviews to help inspire young people and our future generations.
Angela Caputi established her Florence-based company in 1975. From her workshop in the historical centre, her business quickly received international acclaim and the Giuggiù label soon broke into the global market. Caputi is now one of the most recognized names in the field of haute couture costume jewelery.
Antonio Mancinelli was born in Rome in 1963. He studied fashion at the prestigious Academia del Costume e della Moda. He has written for Italian dailies La Repubblica and the Corriere della Sera, as well as for several fashion magazines such as Vogue Italia, Elle, Vanity Fair and Style. He
The Ferragamo flagship on Santa Trinita, in the heart of Florence, houses more than designer shoes and bags. It is also home to the newly renovated design museum, Museo Salvatore Ferragamo. And it’s not solely a shoe museum, as many would think. It is a museum which celebrates
Giovanna Ferrer was once the director of International Public Relations for Salvatore Ferragamo, drove a sports car, and lived in the centre of Florence. Since then she moved on to a board of director’s seat for the Audrey Hepburn Children’s Fund, married Sean Ferrer (Audrey’
There are two sides to everything, especially when it comes to visiting and living in Florence. When we first think of the city, most peo-ple think of the breathtaking Duomo, the art-filled Uffizi, and the still standing Ponte Vecchio. However, there is another beautiful side to Florence, and