About me : Anna Luongo

I’m Anna Luongo and I’m 25 years old.
I was born in the south of Italy where the sea is life and pure oxygen.

DSCN4611Almost six years ago I decided to move to Milan to study at Cattolica University.
I graduated with a degree in Languages for International Relations and I had a study experience at Berkeley University. It was one of the most amazing experiences I have ever had.
I choose to live in Milan, not only for academic reasons but also because it’s the capital of fashion and of course, it’s a constantly changing city offering huge opportunities to everyone to grow.
I developed a great passion for the fashion industry when I was a child. In fact after university I worked for 3 years as showroom assistant for important fashion companies like Ralph Lauren, Calvin Klein and Giorgio Armani.                                                        Indeed, my favourite time of year is Fashion Week in Milan because I usually work backstage at the fashion shows and I have the opportunity to see the collections behind the catwalk and see special people like Anna Wintour or Carine Roitfeld and all the most famous models ( Gigi Hadid, Alessandra Ambrosio, Bella Hadid, Lucky Smith…).                   My favourite designers are Alberta Ferretti, Marchesa and Elie Saab.                                    My icons are Audrey Hepburn and Jacqueline Kennedy.                                                              If I could use an adjective for describing my self I would say “smiling and open minded!”


About me: Charlotte Cassanelli

My name is Charlotte Cassanelli

I am 24 years old, born in Milan but raised French-Italian — in fact, my mum is French and my dad is Italian. My double nationality allowed me to learn both Italian and French as a child, that led me to learn English easily. Having family in both Milan and Paris also allowed me to travel a lot between the two cities.

My educational path started with a scientific high school, later on I graduated in International Science and European Institutions at Università degli Studi di Milano. During my degree, I spent 11 months in France with the ERASMUS program, period in which I learned to perceive my international family background as a gift, and not to take it for granted.

I am now attending the 4th International Master in Luxury Management at Sole24Ore in Milan.

I have always practiced sports. I started swimming when I was a little child and I continued with horse riding. When I was 12 years old I discovered what soon became my main passion: sailing. Since then I started practicing and racing in regattas all over Italy.

Another passion I have is travelling. I have always been interested in visiting new places and understanding the local culture. Moreover, travelling for me is strictly related to the culinary experience, that is the reason why I always try to explore the traditional cuisine of each city I visit.

My passions form my personality and my openness to diversity, and are making me a better person.

“ Nothing great in the world has been accomplished without passion.”
— Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
German Philosopher


Charlotte Cassanelli


About me: Gaia


Born in Trieste 25 years ago, I define myself as curious, independent and open-minded.

My desire to see the other corners of this world brought me first to study in the US and then in Lisbon, where I lived for almost two years. Being abroad for so long, however, made realize that the Italian creativity, aesthetics and taste are the best ones in the world, and, as such, are a great asset. Hence, the decision to get specialized in the luxury industry here in Milan.

But in this introduction post I would like to share something more personal, rather than the information you can find on my LinkedIn profile.

So here’s a random list of a few things I love: The rain (when at home), yoga, lazy Sundays, perfumes, black coffee, eating- especially exotic food, coconut water, rooftop bars, prosecco, Art exhibitions, travelling, the smell of books.

And here’s a list of things I hate: The rain (when outside), long queues/big crowds, seagulls, cheap talk, soccer, bad manners and ignorance, horror movies, artichokes, unnecessary judgements, light blue eyeshadow.

…Do you want to know my complete list? Do not hesitate to contact me, I’ll be happy to answer you:

email: gaia.villat@hotmail.it

LinkedIn: Gaia Villatora Milič




About me

Optimistic, idealistic, sarcastic, maverick, calm, meticulous, imaginative, reflexive…. are just few definitions of  me.

Beauty is what definitely inspires everything I do in my life.

I love being surrounded by fulfilling things such as art, precious fabrics, design creations and  innovative technologies; all these things also declined in the form of experience. For this reason, my hobbies include mainly things regarding art such as drawing, reading, going to art expositions, fashion magazines and make up.

I studied business administration in Bologna. I graduated in the first session  because of my determination to enter the world of luxury fashion as soon as possible.

My ideal job is the one that combines a creative and an economic part in order to make it a passion going beyond regular working-days.

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About me: Daria Antonova

Do you agree that writing about yourself is quite a challenging thing?

IMG_6936Anyway, let me first introduce myself. My name is Daria Antonova (22) and I am from Moscow, Russia. If we go by stereotypes, I should have a bear in my house and vodka in my blood. However, I prefer more to have “Made in Italy” bags in my house and passion for luxury in my blood.

Honestly, it took me years to choose a path I really want to follow. My background is in International Economic Relations and I graduated from Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO). Initially I intended to occupy a position in a bank or in a special financial corporation, but soon I realised that it is not the thing I would like to dedicate my life to.

Firstly, I consider myself to be lively, creative, sociable, a person, full of energy and enthusiasm, willing to meet other people and share my experiences  and emotions. Secondly, I am keen on the fashion segment, always try to be up-to-date with the latest trends, events, collections and news. Finally, a boring office and monotonous work are not for me. My real passion lies in the Dolce&Gabbana brand, which describes me better than anything else. That is why I am here in Sole 24 Ore Business School for International Master Luxury Management.

Nevertheless, I believe that life is always about studying, learning and improving either yourself or things surrounding you. Luckily we have this opportunity presented in travelling, communication and education. For the future I have quite a positive outlook, I desire to live this life to the full, enjoying every chance i get!

It is a pleasure to meet you!


Carolina Savoldi

14th, January 1994,  Milano

Even though common sense, as it happens, appears not to be that common of late, I do love to eat it for breakfast, it goes without saying for someone with a Finance Bachelor Degree. It is curiosity, however, that led me to Shanghai for an internship at RSA Asia, a leading tax and advisory firm in East Asia. If the Desire to know is what made me take a plane to China, persistence is what kept me there.

Sure as winter, I wear cloth of resolution and reflexive fur in cold times, as any Capricorn has the right to. Changing weather, changing habits, changing armor, dreams and fickleness in summer time are the gin to my tonic. Given that, I went to London in September 2016 for a Master of Science in International Business at Hult Business School, a disruptive and multicultural environment.

Slippery surfaces are indeed my cup of tea, having experienced an exchange program at an early stage (during my 4th year of High School), I learned to appreciate and look for challenges on both professional and personal level.

From Finance to International Business and Luxury Management, a penny for my thoughts? Method to my madness, open-mindedness is my parachute. Combining analytic knowledge with a passion for creative problem solving and the Made in Italy craftsmanship, I am currently enrolled in the International Luxury Management Master at the Sole 24 Ore Business School.



About me: Francesca Borroni


Milanese since 1992, but with some waves of American and French culture.

Fashion and luxury have always been my passions and I’ve always known that this is the world I want to be involved with in my future career. That’s why I graduated at Istituto Marangoni Milano with a Bachelor’s degree in Fashion Business.

After some really interesting and stimulating work experience in YOOX NET-A-PORTER Group and Safilo Group, in the PR and Events department, I am now keen to gain more competences in the luxury industry.

In my spare time you can find me cooking cakes in my kitchen, playing tennis or hiking and skiing in the stunning Alps.

About me: Giulia Ferretti


Curious, imaginative and a bit awkward.

I was born in the lovely city of Rome in 1993 and I’ve lived there until I moved to Milan to study at Bocconi University. I graduated with a degree in Economics and management for art, culture and communication.

Alongside art, I’m deeply interested in the luxury sector. The fields that I like the most are the automotive one, fashion and jewellery.

I go crazy over handcrafted and artisanal products!

Come join this journey!

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About me: Alessandra Petagna

Made in Naples in the ‘90s, I also lived in Spain joining the Erasmus programme and now here I am in Milan.

In my spare time, you can find me cooking in my kitchen for a crowd of guests, reading on the couch or taking photos around the city. Yet, take me to a concert and you will make me the happiest woman in the world.

Processed with VSCO with a5 presetI’m talkative and a brilliant Law graduate – but I’ve never stood a legal conversation for more than two minutes, whereas we may chat ‘till tomorrow about fashion and lifestyle (better while tasting a glass of wine).

Chubby child already interested in fashion, finally Frida Giannini made me who I am with her Spring/Summer 2011 Ready – to – wear fashion show for Gucci: I wanted to look like those sophisticated but seductive women running along the catwalk and play with colours as well as Frida did developing her collection. From that moment, increasing my passion and starting to pay also attention to textures and fabrics was a piece of cake. Just an objection: I can’t draw.

Plan B: I’m talkative – I repeat it in case you have still doubt about it – curious and well organized – alias the perfect PR professional.

So, here I am: to turn my addiction for fashion and luxury market into a real and sparkling future.

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About me: Claudia Raniolo

My name is Claudia, I am 23 years old and I come from Comiso, a little town in the southeast of Sicily, the Best island of the world thanks to food, art, history and tradition.

I’ve studied for two years in “Università Cattolica” of Piacenza and then in NEOMA Business school of Reims, where I obtained the double degree in International Management.

Now, I’m attending the Master in international luxury management of Sole 24Ore to specialize more my profile in luxury sector. I’m really interested in Fashion and events but also in food and hÔtellerie because i love discovering different types of wine and trying Michelin-starred restaurants.

My favorite winery is Franciacorta. If you don’t know, I recommend you to try one soon! It’s sublime!

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Moreover, i love travelling and, as you can see in the picture above, I love freedom and discover new cultures. In fact, in this photo i was in Teotihuacan’s pyramids in Mexico where i spent one month during my 2016 summer holidays.

I also love painting and creating new contemporary digital art.

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About me: Denise Bocchetti

Hy everybody!

I’m Denise, I’m 23 years old and I was born in Naples in South of Italy, even if I’m half German.

1919340_10208820131805821_2706495829830517924_nI’ve graduated in Public Relations and Corporate Communication at IULM University based in Milan, and now I’m joining this master in order to follow my passion for the luxury world!

In my private life I have always had many passions: thanks to my parents I enjoyed the possibility to travel a lot and to discover more about new places and new cultures. This aspect allows me to be open minded and to see everything from different point of view. Since I was a child I practiced classical ballet and, even though I now hung up my ballet shoes, I keep following my passion as spectator by going to theatre.

Last but not least, I always loved art in all his shades, from modern painting, photography, to fashion that could be defined a branch of art, too!                                                                           I also love writing, infact over these months I started to write a my own fashion column in a digital magazine.

So keep in touch!


About me: Margherita Clio Galli

10252067_10203526787481145_9094475293132130924_nMy name is Margherita Clio Galli, I am 25 years old (even if I am really near to my 26th birthday).
I come from…well it is complicated…I can say that now I am living in Turin, a very beautiful city in Piedmont.

I studied Economic and Management at the University of Turin, and then I have decided to apply for the International Luxury Management Master in order to develop my interest for the luxury world, deepening my university’s studies.

I am a certain girl, I live the present looking for the future. I think to be also positive, I try to start each day with a smile (and trust me: it is not easy when you wake up at 6a.m. because of the train, but then I see the sun rising and it is such an emotion every day).

I am young and I have a lot of thing to learn, and this is the reason why, when it is possible, I try to do new experiences, and to exceed my limits.

About me: Elena Bruni

“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines, sail away from the safe harbour. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.”  

Mark Twain

This quote, perfectly suits with my philosophy of life

Born and raised in Padua 25 years ago, I would define myself as a very optimistic and open minded person; moved by a great curiosity and a strong ambition that has always pushed me to go beyond my limits, looking for new challenging experiences.

Graduated with a degree in Communication at the University of Padua, I then earned my Master’s degree in International Management at Ca’ Foscari University. Moreover, considering my attitude towards the discovery of new cultures and my love for foreign languages, I grasped the opportunity to live in Madrid and Seoul thanks to some exchange programs.


Globetrotter and Social Media addicted by nature, my passion for fashion and luxury has grown when I worked for Calzedonia and Gucci. And these experiences are what have  inspired me to attend this Master with the aim to find my path in this world and to achieve a deeper specialization within this exciting and dynamic field.

Chinese wedding picture

Last October the chinise actress Angelababy married the actor Huang Xiaoming.

On her special and luxurious day the chinise icon worn a custom-made Dior dress, which took half year to be created, as well as two more Houte Couture dresses by Elie Saab.

The total amount of the Chinise power couple wedding was about $31 million, nearly on par with the British royal wedding which cost was $34 million.image1

This is not the only example of a “gold wedding” that comes from the discussed China.

Does this trend come from a local tradition with deep roots or is it more kind of new emulation game of the western model?

Let’s consider few figures.

Proportional to their income, chinese couples spend more than western couples on their wedding. According with the China Wedding Industry Development Report, the avarage cost of a chinise wedding is around $12.000. The comparison of this data with the avarage annual wage of the urban population, which is around $8.900 make every possible consideration much more intresting.

What clearly emerge from this comparison is that eventhough, the avarage wage of a medium class chinese couple is not that high, they like to spend a remarkable amount of money on their wedding.

If we jump for a moment in the past we see that the traditional Chinese wedding ceremony was essentially a big dinner party. Now it has been transformed into a hybrid event influenced by many Western elements such as elaborate pre-wedding photo-shot (sometimes taken overseas: Europe, France, US), diamond engagement ring, white dress and expensive, exotic honeymoon.image1 2

Cultural drivers have made this big change possible.

An important issue which has to be considered is the nation’s one child-policy that was abolished just on last January. What we can logically assume is that today many chinise engaged couple are only-child. So there are two sets of parents from either side contributing to a single wedding and four sets of grandparents doing the same. An important family affair.

Another relevant curiosity, which is not that far from what usually happen in the south of Italy, concerns the wedding guest who pay partially for the wedding throughout the Hongbao, kind of a red envelop stuffed with cash.

So there are intrinsic and borrowed traditions which make the Chinese middle class and their brides with deep pockets a profitable target for all those Western luxury bridal brands that want to meet the opportunity linked to the fast evolving Chinese wedding field that seems a market eager to be guided toward a sectorial expansion.


Eating and drinking are (to most people) luxury pleasures

Cicchetti  (in Venetian language) are small snacks or side dishes, typically served in traditional “bàcari” (cicchetti bars or osterie) in Venice, Italy. Common cicchetti include small servings of a combination of one or more of seafood, meat and vegetable ingredients laid on top of a slice of bread or polenta. Like Spanish tapas, one can also make a meal of cicchetti by ordering multiple plates.

But how, when and where they are eaten??

Simply with fingers and toothpicks, usually standing up, hanging around the counter where they are displayed in numerous bars, osterie and bacari that offer them virtually all day long. 

Cicchetti are usually accompanied by a small glass of local white or red wine, which the locals refer to as an “ombra” (shadow).


A lovely find can be Enoiteca Mascareta. It is not really a touristic place – full of local people. The owner, Mauro Lorenzon, is the head of some Italian wine association and on top of that produces wine and prosecco. He is the conductor of the whole show running at this fantastic place.

Trust the staff about the wine and/or prosecco choice. Nice meals, going well with the suggested wine. Very friendly atmosphere. Our friends and us went there every evening, while in Venice.





The Future of Fashion Is 3D

We will be printing high-fashion dresses in our homes- but not for now.

On May 5, the Met Costume Institute’s Spring exhibition will open the doors and visitors will be treated to 90 fashion mise, including many items made with 3D printing, pretty much as the exclusive purview of haute couture, up to now.

But if the technology is adopted by more apparel makers and trickled down to the masses, “it can be as revolutionary as the sewing machine,” said Andrew Bolton, curator of the exhibition. “It means you can 3D print your dress to your exact measurements at home.” “Because it has the ability to mould exactly to your measurements, it’s environmentally friendly, too” Bolton said. “There’s no waste, whereas there’s always waste with textiles.”

By the way, 3D printing is still very much in its early stages.
The capability to make virtually anything is going on. Reality is becoming Virtual Reality.
At the current stage, we should be satisfied to call home-printing dresses “a dream.”




A Gentlement’s Night” took place last April, 11.

Every year, in April, Salone del Mobile and Fuorisalone celebrate for one week the Design World. This one-week event is known as the most important international home design exhibition attended by 310,000 visitors, design professionals and enthusiasts.

This is the time during which parties and events proliferate all around and the city of Milan is the most effervescent place-to-be. and you can experience parties, cocktails in shops, private palazzi, yards and dedicated open-house events.

The Sacs Marine event was organized in one of the most interesting area of Milan, i.e. the Parco Sempione area by The Savile Company, made-to-measure products dedicated to the new gentleman.

The event aims to celebrate the partnership between Sacs and Coppoletta Design.

SACS is a Milanese leading company at an international level in the production and marketing of rigid inflatable boats for pleasure cruising.

Coppoletta Design results in a work that reflects the founder’s tattooing heritage, but arrives in new areas within the art and design world and lends itself to a wide range of applications within branding, product design, printed media, and beyond.

Two worlds apparently very different but which meet to creat SBO, that is Sacs Bespoke Operations. A department specialised in one-off planning and creation for demanding shipowners. The first fruit of this collaboration is A unique customization, like a tattoo: tender customization.


The first sample is already on water: a Strider 11 (9.90 m) which can reach 54 knots. It’s a tender owned by The Savile Company.

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Le Club 55, Une Legende

St. Tropez’s first beach club still has its groove

St Tropez, to have a delicious lunch on the beach.

Since 1955, the Club 55 (Cinquante-Cinq, hence the name), has been the mecca of the rich and famous. For over 50 years, almost every famous person lunched at this restaurant or hanged out by its bar.

Bridget Bardot said it was her favorite, thus creating one of the first beach clubs along Pampelonne Beach with a sexy scene of sunning celebrities and gourmet cuisine that’s hotter than ever after 50-years.

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Simplicity and authenticity. This spot is quite separate from the rest of Pamplona beach and has had its own philosophy since its creation in 1955: “The customer is not king here … because he is a friend”.

Le Club 55 has an unforgettable atmosphere. Skirting the Mediterranean shores, beside St Tropez, its location was destined for success.

Here, the guests is welcomed as a friend, casually, without any snobbery as it often can happen at some of its neighbouring establishments. And that is perhaps why everyone loves it so much. Over the years it became an institution that keeps its promises.

The menu is all in French, so it is wise to either learn some food words ahead (there is a menu, that never changes, and daily specials) or ask the staff, which is very helpful.

The fish is fresh and often great for sharing.


In particular the Strawberry tart is heavenly and quite light for a cake, making it a perfect treat, before you strip into your bikini or Vilebrequin shorts.





Credits by http://www.club55.fr and Me



Hi everyone,

my name is Laura Dolcetti and I come from a small town between the lakes Garda and Idro, in province of Brescia. I graduated in foreign languages for business at the Catholic University in Brescia two years ago.

My strong passion for different cultures and people guided me to travel a lot, both abroad and in Italy. After my graduation I spent 3 months working for an Italian company in Moscow and I fell in love with this amazing city. Then my work experiences made me move from Brescia to Treviso, from Padua to Milan, where I live also today.


I like books, photos and music.

But what I love doing the most, is enjoy my time with the people I love in places that I love.




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Fashion and Jewels in the Renaissance paintings


A present past

I want to tell you an inspiring story made of will and talent.

At the basement of Palazzo Spini Feroni in Florence there is the Ferragamo Museum which is dedicated to the story of the “shoemaker of dreams”: Salvatore Ferragamo.

At the entrance there is a huge clock, which needles go back bringing visitors to another time.image1 2

The first room is dedicated to a wide exposition of shoes prototypes made by Salvatore Ferragamo until 1960 and from his daughter  Fiamma in the period after.

Among those shoes ,in a glass display case, there is the “cork hill sandal” which story brings us back to the II World War period.

At that time, due to the scarsity of precious materials, Salvatore Ferragamo strated to use and recover poor materials such as cork, wood, nylon and so on. As is written in the Ferragamo biography

“…there is no limit to the materials I have used in these fifty years of shoemaking; if I list a few it serves only to highlight those that are not mentioned…”

The cork part of the shoe, as it was considered a poor and not noble material, was covered and decorated in order to appear as luxurious as all of the other creations.

“…there is no limit to beauty, no saturation point in design, no end to the materials a shoemaker may use to decorate creations so that every woman may be shod like a fairy queen.”image4

 What I find really intresting is the creative forward-thinking of Salvatore Ferragamo in using poor materials to create luxury pieces of art expecially when the preciousness of an object was strictly connected to the recognised value of the raw material which it was made of.

He created trends that today, after more than fifty years, are still extremely contemporary and always in line with the fast changing customers’ taste. Iconic pieces which embody together attention in terms of foot comfortability and total care of the styling element make of Salvatore Ferragamo’s story an incredible story of shoemaking.

“…throughout my creations I may be best able to tell you about the mission to which I was called, the work I could not prevent myself doing.”



From Blood Type to Zodiac Signs

Strange invisible Perfumes was created by Alexandra Balahoutis in 2000 with the conviction that high-end perfumes be made of authentic botanical essences. Alexandra is dedicated to the art of botanical perfumery and happily tormented by perfectionism: she lives in Venice, California close to the Strange Invisible Perfumes boutique.

Botanical perfumer Alexandra Balahoutis formulates each original fragrance with certified organic, wildcrafted, biodynamic, and hydro-distilled essences. Hydro-distillation is a gentle immersion method that captures the complete aromatic profile of a plant, including the fine aroma chemicals that cannot be captured with steam distillation.

Alexandra Balahoutis created a very unique collection, Perfumes of the Zodiac.
Aries is The Innovator and his element is fire. The first sign of the zodiac, Aries is able to make incredible things happen quickly. Hydro-distilled essences of cinnamon, rose, and angelica fuel a vibrant imagination. Frankincense, benzoin, lavender, and sandalwood cool fiery impulses, encouraging the composure needed to realize visionary plans.
Cancer is The Levelheaded Bohemian and his element is Water.
Cancer is the only sign of the zodiac ruled by the moon. While being adventurous and free spirited, those born under Cancer are known for their cleverness, generosity, and devotion to family. Mandarin, patchouli, and lily of the valley encourage Cancer’s mischievous sense of humor, while sumptuous notes of Tahitian vanilla, amber, and leather make this sign feel right at home.
Capricorn is The Force to Be Reckoned With and his element is Earth.
Ruled by Saturn, Capricorn is famous for a nearly heroic sense of commitment, patience, and drive. Iris, frankincense, and Tahitian vanilla speak to Capricorn’s earthy, sensual side and strong need for stability. Neroli, jasmine, and white Cognac invite Capricorn to let go of routine and enjoy the rewards of spontaneity.

zodiac-capricorn-50ml_1Finally, Aquarius is The Rebel with a Cause and his element is Air.
Aquarius, the third and final air sign, is one of the most charismatic signs of the zodiac. Neroli and rosemary fuel Aquarius’s independence, intellect, and humanitarianism, urging Aquarians to put their global ideals into action. Lavender, white sage, and frankincense soothe anxiety, grounding Aquarius when airy detachment sets in.


On the other side there is Blood Concept, a one-of-a-kind fragrance, a declaration of identity. Giovanni Castelli, former fashion designer and photographer, with Antonio Zuddas, a copywriter, launched a quartet of four unique fragrances, one for each blood group. So you have A, B, 0 and AB. As the Blood Concept creators told “As perfume creators we’re intrigued by the fact that the scent you wear can reveal Freudian clues about you. Your smell is about instinct, identity, personality […]. Our concept is about declaring one’s identity and celebrating our relationship with Nature.”
Blood Concept fragrances don’t really smell like blood but each one does have a lingering metallic end note that made them a trademark.
Each fragrance represents a phase of human race’s evolution, so type 0 in animalic: leathery notes evoke animal skins and aromatic cypress, cedar and thyme. Type A has tomato leaf and anise, it captures all kind of greenness. B is a mixture of pret-à-porter notes like apple&cherry with a rich black tea accord by patchouli and cedarwood. Type AB is all about aldehydes, giving that so familiar smell after the rain.





Pictures from: https://www.siperfumes.com


Hi everyone!

My name is Alessandro Aldeghi, I am 23  years old and I’m from a very very very… very small village in the heart of Brianza, called Sirtori.

I studied Public Relations and Corporate Communication at IULM University here in Milan, and then I’ve decided to apply the second International Luxury Management Master in order to develop my passion for the luxury world in a practical way.

I consider myself a very open guy with an incredible desire of experience and learn new things. I believe that everyone has something to teach, so I always try to take some tips or hint from every person I meet.



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