Set off through Il Salviatino’s grounds to connect with one the region’s most celebrated culinary treats: truffles.
What began as a hobby business in 1997 became a proper shop in 2001: Bocache & Salvucci Calzolai (shoemakers).
Composed of 13 townships scattered along the Alban Hills to the southeast of Rome, the Castelli Romani have played many roles throughout the centuries.
From the frilly fascinator to the 1920s-style wool cloche, each piece from Antica Manifattura Cappelli is made to measure and Made in Italy.
“Unspoiled” is not the first word that one might associate Italy with, but it’s one that perfectly describes the country’s hinterland of Umbria.
Technogym has created workout gear one can’t help but want to use. How compelling that the road to looking and feeling good can start with a beautifully built machine.
The Garden of Ninfa is, in a word, elusive. Tucked away at the foot of the Lepini hills to the south of Rome, the garden opens to outsiders on a handful of days each year, and even then, only under the watchful eye of a guide.
“In my heart of hearts, I feel most comfortable when I am swimming upstream, against the current and looking for my own interpretation of history, culinary traditions, and my identity.”
The Nina Yashar universe is as big in scale as her new design proscenium.