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  • The Italian luxury fashion house Dolce & Gabbana partnered with the Italian pasta maker Pastificio di Martino to produce an extremely limited edition tin of pastas along with a special D&G-designed apron.The new packs have become real postcards from Italy. And look around you, if you're in New York: you could meet giant postcards ...
  • Nordstrom has launched the first of two phases of “We Love IT” in eight Texas locations with special pop-up series celebrating Italian fashion. 55 Made in Italy brands in apparel, accessories, jewelry, footwear, eyewear, perfumery and beauty. The “We Love IT” campaign is a partnership with the Italian Trade Agency. “Americans have always had a love affair with Italy – through the food, culture, and style and it is a perfect opportunity to highlight the fashion and lifestyle elements in partnership with the Italian Trade Promotion Agency (ICE),” said Olivia Kim, Nordstrom VP of Creative Project
  • Modà - Non è mai abbastanza - Videoclip Ufficiale
    Modà is a very famous Italian pop rock band from Milan. In May, the group will hit the road for an international tour which will take them throughout Europe and to the US. Modà will perform at the Highline Ballroom in NYC on Wednesday, May 21, 2014.
  • Short Italian Tales #2 - Anna Sammarone
    The Girl Who Made Her Passion Her Job is back to New York from Molise. "Larino (my hometown) is a fantastic place. Everything is small, attainable. The tailors are nearby and the people are special. They believed in me. They gave their hearts. Without them I could not have done anything" Hand made in Italy. With honesty, integrity, authenticity. Her new collection evokes past times by emphasizing the sense of elegance and sophistication.
  • The five-evening pop-song competition was a success; it captured an average audience of more than 11.9 million viewers, the best achieved since 2001. High praise for hosts Fabio Fazio and comedian Luciana Littizzetto (despite pre-fest fears they might impinge on the election campaign), the participating singers and special guests who gave a unique touch of quality to an otherwise stale format.
  • We meet Anna Sammarone, a young designer and entrepreneur who has shown her creations in New York every season since 2009. From Larino, a small town in the Molise region, Anna presents her collection made with passion and creativity. The clothes are destined to have staying power: “I want my clothes to last. I create designs that are not limited by time or season.”
  • With an area of approximately 20,000 square feet, Salvatore Ferragamo’s flagship store on Fifth Avenue was just reopened on April 6 after a complete renovation. The event was also an occasion to support the Society of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center’s Pediatric Family Housing Endowment.
  • The Italian Trade Commission launched Shop Italy NYC on Tuesday, June 14th. This series of events is being promoted by The Ministry of Economic Development and organized by The Italian Trade Commission to celebrate Italian Food, Fashion, and Wine. The events will be broken up over a four week period and spread out throughout the three major shopping epicenters of New York City