WTI Magazine #80    2016 June 17Author : Unioncamere      Translation by:   The history of pontino precious metal work began in the fourth century B.C. and was initially distinguished by a certain austerity, then became an element of artistic expression with the advent of the Roman Empire and the annexing of...

  WTI Magazine #78    2016 April 15Author : UNIONCAMERE      Translation by:   One of the oldest congregations of shoemakers was founded in Venice in the 13th century. The Statute of the Congregation was reformed in 1268, the year used to calculate the duration of the Art of the Calegheri. The seal of the "Conf...

by Vanessa Friedman   For the ultimate in American sporting events, Sunday evening's Super Bowl 50 looked awfully... Italian. Indeed, when it came to on-field style, if it wasn't Nike, it was a veritable microcosm of Milan Fashion Week — a preview, perhaps, of what we will see when the women's fashion season gets underway this month.  ...

by Jennifer Agress   With its great weather, beautiful beaches and non-stop fun, everyone is aching to get to sunny South Florida – and not just for vacation. As the world's finest are quickly snatching up some of Miami's hottest real estate properties, they're also making sure their interiors measure up.   Enter Italkraft: a Miami-ba...

by Vivienne Decker   Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. When Ippolita Rostagno, the iconic jewelry designer behind Ippolita, realized that Italian artisans were closing their shops, she was dismayed. As a woman who had successfully launched her own jewelry company to international appeal, she was frustrated that so...

by Mike Hanlon A Ferrari 335S Spider Scaglietti sold for US$35.7 million (€32,075,200) at Artcurial's Retromobile auction in Paris on 5 February. The car narrowly failed to break the world record of $38.115 million set by a 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO in August, 2014, but eclipsed the $29.605 million fetched by Juan Manuel Fangio's 1954 Mercedes-Benz W19...

Retailer LifeStyles Furniture is pleased to announce the addition of modern Italian made Calligaris furniture to its current contemporary European and American made home furnishing product lines. Calligaris is manufactured in Manzano Udine Italy and has a rich history of furniture manufacturing that dates back to original chair designs that be...

Date: Friday, February 05, 2016 - Monday, April 18, 2016 Venue: Sheila C. Johnson Design Center Anna-Maria and Stephen Kellen Gallery 66 Fifth Avenue at 13th Street Organized by: Parson/ The New School In collaboration with: the Milano Triennale In an age where jobs are in short supply and workers are rendered invisible, overalls and work cloth...

by Noah Joseph   There's a rather happy-looking individual in Palm Beach today. And well he should be. After all, he just took delivery of the very first Ferrari F60 America.   Can't remember the F60 America? We can hardly blame you, seeing as how it has been well over a year since Ferrari first unveiled it in Beverly Hills back in Oc...

by Bonnie L. Cook   Walter Fontanella, 83, and the love of his life, Tomasina Fontanella, 85, died 10 days apart after a happy 58-year marriage. The couple lived in Havertown for many years. Mr. Fontanella had long been ill with cancer when he died Saturday, Jan. 16, at Vitas Hospice at Jefferson Methodist Hospital.   Mrs. Fontan...