Arte contemporanea. Viaggio in Italia con Christie’s. La prospettiva è allettante: mettiamo da parte la tavolozza con le tinte che più ci ossessionano in questo periodo (rossa, arancione e gialla) e proviamo a tracciare una nuova mappa delle regioni del Bel Paese.
La casa d’aste Christie’s – che spesso guarda verso la nostra Penisola: è online anche una auction tutta dedicata ai gioielli dal titolo La dolce vita jewels, con vendita di preziosi appartenuti alla grande Franca Valeri– punta sull’arte del Novecento made in Italy.

Mapping Modern and Contemporary Art è la nuova asta online (dal 20 gennaio al 10 febbraio), un viaggio – regione per regione – tra i capolavori dell’arte moderna e contemporanea.

I nobil signori del Sei e Settecento partivano dal Nord Europa, dalla Germania, dall’Inghilterra per compiere in lunghi mesi il loro Grand Tour: si cominciava da Torino poi si passava per Milano

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If you’ve spent nearly a decade working in the fashion industry like me, you come across a lot of stylish people. And no doubt, on my list, fashion editor Diana Tsui is among them. A former senior market editor at New York Magazine’s The Cut, Tsui’s style is a master class in eclecticism: it’s not unusual to spot her in a dramatic voluminous dress or skirt (usually by Sacai or old Celine), with show-stopping sneakers to match. Her self proclaimed “goth grandma” sense of style is due in part to legendary Comme des Garçons designer Rei Kawakubo, “Growing up in New York City, I wore a ton of head-to-toe black as a teen but it wasn’t until after I graduated college and discovered the wonders of fashion forums that I found myself drawn to fancier all-black ensembles. One designer, in particular, stuck in my brain: Rei Kawakubo and her fantastical
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Ready for a digestible roundup of stunning trends? Because these ladies ahead are the queens of dressing to the nines day in and day out. Whenever I am in need of a sartorial pick-me-up, I always turn to two of my favorite It girls who just so happen to be over 45. To me, age is irrelevant when it comes to fashion and style, and the below images will prove exactly that. When it comes to the women’s style featured here, it is clear that they always pay attention to the finer details of an outfit. After taking a deep dive into their recent looks, I was able to identify five trends that resulted in a stunning outfit every time.

Ahead, discover the stunning trends these women are taking a strong liking to right now. In this context, stunning doesn’t have to mean unapproachable or “fancy.” Instead, the stunning … Read the rest

Disintossicarsi e dimagrire, con l'aiuto di tisane e bevande botaniche, è possibile? 

Erbe e botaniche spesso sono citate in diverse diete detox come alleate per sbarazzarsi di gonfiore e ritenzione idrica, nonché eliminare le tossine e di conseguenza perdere qualche centimetro. Però, per avere la certezza che una particolare sostanza depuri con altrettanti effetti sull'organismo, ci dovrebbe essere un riscontro scientifico (come ricorda in questa intervista il Medico Chirurgo Sofia Bronzato) ma, al momento, non esistono dati e studi che confermano l'efficacia che il consumo abitudinario di tisane aiuta a depurare il fisico. Erbe o radici non fanno miracoli. Il rito del prepararsi l'infuso, però, è un validissimo aiuto per idratare il corpo, soprattutto in inverno. E questo vale anche per i tè cinesi come il pu-erh, l'oolong, il tè verde ( incluso il Matcha ) e il tè bianco.

Le tisane sono ottime alleate del funzionamento

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If you’re reading this, you probably appreciate how much Who What Wear’s fashion editors love to shop. And they’re really, really good at it. From trend forecasting to street style and celeb outfit IDs, if it’s worth adding to your wardrobe, we’ve probably written about it and included a handy hyperlink (or as we like to say, “shopped it out”). Whether you’re interested in upgrading your work from home outfits, replacing worn-out bras, or simply finding the best jeans for your figure, Who What Wear has you covered.

Now, a new month means it’s time to turn the spotlight back on our favorite shoppers—you!

Below, you will find the most popular fashion pieces under $100 actually purchased by Who What Wear readers (and, let’s be honest, staffers too) over the past month, along with a few notes about why we also love each item. Think of … Read the rest

“Do you know Raf Simons? He’s a fucking genius!” This is what the teenage protagonist Fraser Wilson exclaims to a Venetian seamstress who doesn’t understand a word of English, and has no idea who Raf Simons is, in the first episode of Luca Guadagnino’s TV series We Are Who We Are (on Now TV). “I didn’t know about Guadagnino’s series until last night when the artist Brian Calvin texted me,” Raf Simons tells me from his home in Milan. “The main character is obsessed with my brand and wears this collaboration vintage T-shirt I did with Brian. It’s very much the topic of the first episode, to the point that the other teenagers don’t even call him by his name. They just call him Maglietta, or ‘T-shirt’.”

That’s basically what we’re going to talk about, right?
Yes, but before we start I need to add that looking at Guadagnino’s series

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We’ve already highlighted the coolest new swim trends for this year and the swimsuits that are out, and ahead I’m breaking down the styles A-listers are getting behind—aka the most popular celebrity bikini trends this year—and the one trend that celebs are notably skipping.

Looking to celeb beach outfits, barely-there bikinis are being embraced in a huge way. String bikinis and triangle tops are being endorsed by celebs like Bella Hadid and the always photogenic J. Lo. On the other end of the spectrum, we’re seeing celebs like Kylie Jenner and Emily Ratajkowski wearing inventive one-pieces that range from belted swimsuits to styles with cutouts.

The one style we’re not seeing celebrities wear right now? High-waisted bikinis. The silhouette has been hugely popular in the last few years, but now celebrities seem to be shying away from the style. Go on to see the swimsuits the celebrity bikini and Read the rest

There are plenty of color trends that make it on our radar, but there’s one that is drumming up a lot of excitement among the Who What Wear editors: bubblegum pink. The color trend was spotted everywhere on the S/S 21 runways and has already entered the wardrobes of the fashion set, so we’re predicting that it will be the defining shade of the upcoming season. It’s definitely a departure from the neutrals that have been commanding our closets for the past few seasons, but it’s a dose of fun that I’m ready to welcome into my wardrobe.

If you want to get a head start on the trend, there’s already plenty of inspiration to look to from the runway and fashion set. Ahead, get some styling tips and shop my edit of the best pieces to add to your cart right now. I certainly won’t be waiting until … Read the rest

Colin Pantall is a photographer, writer, and educator based in England. And as a British citizen, he’s starting to live the consequences of Brexit firsthand. That’s why he recently published Brexit Pictures, a newspaper (already sold-out) whose tagline is “’you won’t like it, it doesn’t make sense, it’s a waste of money” – and that should be enough to convey the feeling of his project.

Inspired by the British countryside, Colin Pantall realized a series of images that encapsulate Brexit both in terms of a romanticized but harassed landscape – a vision of Britain’s past, its sordid present, and its doomed future.

Read our Q&A with Colin Pantall to learn more.

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