Artemisia Gentileschi seemed to be driven by an unseen, all consuming fire. As a female artist in 17th century Italy, Artemisia never allowed her gender to keep her away from her rightful place among the renowned, but instead allowed it to guide and fuel her life's greatest works. The tragedies and horrors she faced as a young woman ignited somethi...

The Italian Sea Group will debut at the 40th edition of the Palm Beach International Boat Show, which will take place from March 24th to March 27th. During the show The Italian Sea Group will present, in collaboration with Frank Grzeszczak Sr., Head of Sales of the Americas and with US broker FGI Yachts, some of the main models of the brand’s fleet...

Automobili Lamborghini concluded the financial year 2021 with the best results ever in terms of global sales, turnover and profitability, the Italian carmaker shared in a note with the media. Stephan Winkelmann, chairman & CEO of Automobili Lamborghini, commented: “Lamborghini has delivered excellent commercial and financial results, the best in it...

Margherita, a name truly fit for a queen. In English, it translates to “daisy,” the simplest but most popular flower. In the kitchen, it’s the name of the queen of pizzas, the pizza Margherita. Before the pizza and, back in her days, more popular than daisies, was the second queen of unified Italy, Regina Margherita di Savoia.  Many of you may know...

A rediscovered Antonio Canova marble sculpture of Mary Magdalene is seen fetching up to $10 million when it heads to auction in July. Described by auction house Christies' as the Italian neoclassical sculptor's "lost masterpiece", "Maddalena Giacente" (Recumbent Magdalene) was commissioned by the Earl of Liverpool, then British prime minister, and...

In the 12th century, tapestries and tablecloths were woven in the Umbria area using the French “bird’s eye” motif technique. These embroideries were created primarily on fabrics, often for use in a liturgical setting, and featured geometric shapes or stylized animals and people. Over the following centuries, tablecloths from Perugia were used throu...

The iconic Fendi Caffe has made its return to the heart of the Miami Design District, following the immense success of the FF Vertigo-inspired cafe last summer. Like last year’s cafe, the new Fendi Caffe has transformed OTL Restaurant—directly adjacent to the Fendi Boutique—instantly immersing guests into the vibrant world of Fendi. The Fendi Caffe...

Tommy Guarino had a stereotypical Boston upbringing, and he’s fully embraced all of it. Not out of pride, per se, but rather as a matter of creative inspiration. Hailing from East Boston, the 22-year old Guarino still lives in the same triple-decker house that his grandmother bought back in the ‘70s, and when it comes to tradition and idiosyncrasie...

A simpler time. A time when life was far less complicated, a golden age in the memories of most Italians. This was a time when anything & everything seemed possible. A time to dance, to sing, to laugh, to be together. It was the age of the Italian Dream. The age of making Italy great again... in a simple and humble way. Not the way of Mussolini, bu...

“The whole thing started when I saw a picture on a magazine cover,” said Burt Sugarman, a car guy and automotive entrepreneur turned Hollywood TV and movie producer. The year was 1965, and the magazine was Road & Track. Sugarman was 26 years old, and the car was the Ghia 230S, a curvaceous Italian coupe—the precursor to the production 450/SS conver...