COLOR OF THE YEAR: Greenery

COLOR OF THE YEAR: Greenery

Pantone’s color of the year gives us the chance to refresh our mindset and reconnect with nature. The global color authority has announced “Greenery 15-0343” as the most prominent shade of 2017, set to influence trends in fashion and design industries all year.

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Made-in-Venice: Golden Goose Deluxe Brand

Made-in-Venice: Golden Goose Deluxe Brand

Known for luxe fashion sneakers, Golden Goose Deluxe Brand juxtaposes canvas and denim with artisan details for a rock and roll vibe. Wife and husband team Francesca and Alessandro Gallo created Golden Goose Deluxe Brand in 2000 to merge fashion, street style and art. With no formal design training, they enlisted a renowned traditional Venetian tailor to bring their bold and modern ideas to life. 

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Designer: Lorenzo Serafini

Designer: Lorenzo Serafini

Glamorous Romanticism defines Lorenzo Serafini’s much-anticipated first collection for Philosophy. After tenures with Roberto Cavalli and Dolce & Gabbana, Lorenzo Serafini developed his own innovative and sensual aesthetic with confidence and character. Lorenzo presents his 'philosophy' of modern, discrete sensuality that never goes unnoticed.

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Centro Scene: Cinque Terre

Centro Scene: Cinque Terre

Named for the five towns of Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola, and Riomaggiore, the Cinque Terre is often referred to as “Fiat-Free Italy,” since trains, boats, and spectacular trails connect the villages. The five villages are so remote that they were only reached by the outside world about one hundred years ago, when the railway line was built. Four of the towns possess an old-world charm: (from south to north) Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, and Vernazza), with narrow, crooked streets lined with colorful old houses stacked haphazardly on top of each other. The northern-most town, Monterosso, a resort town built to accommodate...

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Icon: Marcello! Marcello!

Icon: Marcello! Marcello!

Peering above dark shades, Marcello Mastroianni's image from the film “8 1/2” was the poster for the 2014 Cannes Film Festival. An icon of Italian cinema, Mastroianni, through his lenses, conjured "two sides of humanity: exhibitionist and mysterious" observed the Italian newspaper, Corriere della Sera.  Mastroianni often comedically portrayed the Italian Lothario, captivating both men and women.  Sunglasses worn by Marcello were integral to his characters and created a style icon. 

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