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Versace continues to invest in the North American market to expand its retail network. While the Italian luxury fashion house, which is owned by Capri Holdings, is scouting for a new location in Uptown New York to replace its former boutique on Fifth Avenue, which closed last February, Versace has just opened a 3,070-square-foot store in the heart...

Center for Italian Studies at Stony Brook University Event Announcement: September 26, Sunday, 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. Robert D. Cess Concorso d’Eleganza XV Annual Celebration of Italian Vehicle Excellence and Beauty: A display of “art forms on wheels” as a means of illustrating one form of Italian culture.  Display vehicles will rally at Stony Brook Univ...

You no longer need to leave Manhattan to get a taste of Rome. FENDI opened its New York City flagship, now relocated on the corner of 57th Street in Manhattan’s Fuller Building. Spanning over 6,900 square feet, Women’s and Men’s Ready-to-Wear Collections, accessories, and leather goods are presented across two levels featuring Kim Jones debut Fall/...

When Paige Lipari opened her bookstore Archestratus in Greenpoint in 2016, she did so with $40,000 of her own savings and loans from friends and family. (All of which have since been paid back.) At the time, she didn’t expect to run a shop that specializes in books and food, but Lipari’s laid-back approach to Italian-accented baking and cooking res...

New York ha ripreso la sua joie de vivre una volta per tutte. Il rinomato brand italiano Pinko ha riaperto i battenti in suolo newyorkese in una delle zone più ricche e famose della città, 143 Spring Street, Soho. Qui infatti si è tenuto il primo evento in persona post pandemia di StrategicA Communication, organizzato da Francesca Di Matteo, Ceo e...

Nobody does happy, color-saturated prints quite like the Italian fashion house Marni. And now, in time for peak summer, you can fully immerse yourself in the brand’s maximalist ethos thanks to a new beachy-keen pop-up on New York’s Shelter Island. Called Marni Marine, the installation has taken over the gift shop and game room of a local hot spot,...

Many people love the appeal of summer in the Hamptons. Dolce & Gabbana felt it was the perfect opportunity to bring a mobile pop-up to the destination – designed to bring some Sicilian flavor to the Hamptons. The temporary store is a charming mobile pop-up complete with an aptly decorated airstream to embody a laidback beach feel with a Mediterrane...

“Idda means ‘her’ in Sicilian dialect,” says artist and designer Gabriella Picone.  It’s a word she heard often growing up between New York City and Lipari, the Aeolian island off the coast of Sicily. Now it’s the name of her new studio, which she launched last year while hunkering down in another seaside locale, the North Fork of Long Island. What...

This is not a drill: Moschino is coming to New York! The Italian brand, led by American designer Jeremy Scott, announced that its Spring ’22 collection will be shown on Thursday September 9 at New York Fashion Week. The question on everyone’s minds? What the brand’s newest collection will look like. Moschino is known for adhering to dramatic and ca...

Good news, New Yorkers: the luxury Italian House, Maison Valentino, has opened two new stores at Bergdorf Goodman in New York dedicated to its iconic ready-to-wear and Valentino Garavani handbag collections. The partnership between the two luxury brands honors the heritage of each while also celebrating modern luxury and style. “Valentino is the It...

The Hamptons is about to get even more stylish! Italian fashion powerhouse Salvatore Ferragamo has launched a first-of-its-kind shopping experience in the Hamptons as part of an exclusive partnership with Pantheon Media Group, the U.S. publisher of the Italian fashion and cultural authority Grazia from the Mondadori Group. The highly-anticipated Fe...

First came Whole Foods. Then came Bottega Veneta. The luxury Italian brand will open a pop-up store Saturday in the hip-chasing neighborhood of Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Why, you ask? It is understood that Bottega saw the neighborhood as an untapped market for high luxury, and has also seen a growing appetite for its designs in the area. Creative dir...