Valentino Park = Turin's Central Park.
Friday, April 29, 2016
Thursday, April 21, 2016
|Ulderica with Hermione and Gigi, her Chihuahua furkids|
Back in November 2014, right before the Sar.To presentation, our friend Marcello Oliviero of the Maison Walter Dang, kindly introduced us to Ulderica Masoni THE luxury fashion authority in Turin!
As it is appropriate for a fashion expert, Ulderica wears many hats, one at the time and always with great style, thanks to her modelling experience. She's also very knowledgeable about fashion, design, art and history and owns a degree in law!
Among her many activities, she is also the author of a luxury fashion blog written in Italian: Hermy & Mom and of the related SoMe accounts like Twitter, however, it is through Instagram and Facebook that you can enjoy her beautiful pictures even if you can't read Italian!
Ulderica is originally from Vercelli the rice town of Italy. She has always had a natural flare for fashion but her real love was the jewelry and in particular: earrings!
When she was 15, she got into "Lui Lei" - an accessories shop that sold the trendiest brands like Moschino (when Mr Moschino was still alive ;( ), Sharra Pagano and Ugo Correani. She had meant to buy a single pair of earrings and, like an Alice in the fashion Wonderland, that's when her career really started. That day she met the shop owner, who had had a career in fashion, and who gave Ulderica the opportunity to start working as a model too, to get to know the fashion world first hand, and to get to know the key people in the business.
Friday, April 15, 2016
All foodies, Piedmont visitors and residents, mark your calendars!
On April 22-25 and April 29-May 1 at the Mondovicino outlet near Turin there will be Food Parade a special event entirely devoted to street food, cooking shows, charities and with the collaboration of the local HTM high school whose students will take part to a cooking contest.
In Italy we'll be enjoying 2 long week-ends which make it just the perfect occasion to spend some time savoring the most traditional street food coming from all over the boot, free concerts, free educational labs for kids and aperitifs!
Friday, April 8, 2016
Italy is famous for its old style specialty shops and in Turin downtown you can still find many precious tiny ones that sell different things for different budgets.
So, we thought of presenting you 6 of the most unique ones, we are sure you'll enjoy them even only for the fact that even the Turin residents love them and you'll get an insight about the local life style too.