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In case you are looking for another reason to visit Florence, Swide has collected 20. From the Uffizi to the Oltrearno discover the well loved and the more unknown beauties of the Tuscan Capital.
Watch the video and discover the fragrance notes that lend its intense masculinity to Dolce&Gabbana’s latest fragrance for men: Intenso.
When a girl feels that she’s perfectly groomed and dressed she can forget that part of her. That’s charm
Interviewed by The New York Times, beautiful 24-year-old model and actress Emily Ratajkowski talks about her beauty secrets and her Italian vacation in Positano. Here’s more.
Fall is here and its time to slip your feet is some beautiful new season boots. From leopard print to lace, transition footwear has never looked so good.
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Fall 2015 in Italy is going to be a very hot season in terms of art exhibitions, since Italy’s art scene promises to be a very rich one. From Raffaello in Milan to Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec in Rome , check out Swide’ s list of the 10 not-to-be-missed exhibitions in Italy this Fall.
What do the four Italian movies in competition at the Venice Film Festival have in common? A deep bond with the Italian territory: from Bellocchio’s Bobbio to Guadagnino’s Pantelleria, here’s an overview of the four movies, starting with the location that hosted them.
Your tan may be fading, but here are 10 fabulous masks to get that perfect glowing skin after the ware and tare of summer. And all it takes is 10 minutes.
While the fame of Giotto for lovers of art is comparable to that of Leonardo Da Vinci or Michelangelo, for many, this diminutive Florentine man of the late Medieval period remains a mystery. Between dwarfism, perfect circles and highly disputed works of art, here’s more about Giotto di Bondone.
Oscar winner Juliette Binoche is one of the protagonists of 72nd Venice Film Festival, for starring in new anticipated Piero Messina movie, The Wait, in the role of a mother getting to know her son’s fiancée. Here are some more things you probably didn’t know about Juliette Binoche.
The end of the ferie doesn’t necessarily mean the end of leisure and pleasure. Swide has selected five Italian seaside destinations worth visiting in September for more than just fun in the sun.
Winter is coming….but it’s not here yet. Swide shares five seaside cities in Europe where you can relax under the warm September sun.
The origin of sunglasses dates back to the eighteen century, when the noblewomen and gentlemen of Venice began feeling the need to protect their skin, but also their eyes, from the reflections on the water of the Lagoon. Let Swide tell you more about the noble origins of this fashion accessory.
Swide chats with chef Diego Rossi of Trippa in Milan, one of the year’s most anticipated restaurant openings.
As the weather turns, it becomes time to fold away our favourite t-shirts and embrace the shirt beyond just formal occasions. With everything from cool work-wear to eye-popping smart casual options, shop for your Fall shirts from the Dolce&Gabbana online boutique.
In honor of the 72nd annual Venice Film Festival, Swide takes a look at the various stunning locations that have immortalized La Serenissima on the big screen.
Icy cool and Australian: is Elizabeth Debicki the new Cate Blanchett? She is Victoria Vinciguerra, the evil villain in The Man from U.N.C.L.E., who stole the show from Henry Cavill and Armie Hammer.
Dreaming doesn’t cost a thing, so Swide has prepared a gallery of the 6 only 7 star uber luxury hotels in the world, and two are in Italy: one in Venice and one in Milan.
From Ingrid Bergman to Monica Bellucci, discover the ten actresses who most inspired the Italian directors of their time.
29 September 2015 marks the centenary of the birth of Ingrid Bergman. We want to remember her not so much by retracing her Hollywood masterpieces, but rather the Italian gems by Rossellini: the trilogy of solitude that forever changed the way of making films.
Every week we bring you a selection of our favourite editorials starring Dolce&Gabbana. Celebrities, models, great photographers, great fashion, all at your fingertips.
The start of September doesn’t necessarily mean we have to eat like summer is long gone. Swide shares five delicious recipes to try this month that will help ease our transition to autumn.
With the start of the school year coming around, Swide looks at 10 essential pieces of tech kit for students. From mobile batteries to USB flash drives and smartphone projectors there’s something for every need and pocket.
Did you know Venice was built on wooden stilts or that it hosts one of the narrowest streets in the world? Well, if not, let Swide reveal some curiosities and unexpected facts about this romantic and charming city.
Catwalks are a limitless source of inspiration, but sometimes, what we see from the front row is not so easy to transpose into our own wardrobes. Swide has identified 10 trends from the Fall Winter 2015 catwalks you can and will wear this Fall.
Family, work ethic and visionary passion: find out who was Enzo Ferrari, the true modern myth of Italian pop culture.
The first image from first ever Paolo Sorrentino TV series The young Pope has just been released and shows English actor Jude Law in the role of a conservative American Pope. Let Swide tell you more.
Dolce&Gabbana have launched the most glamourous hashtag on Instagram with their newest social campaign: #DGwomenlovemakeup. Upload your own picture wearing Dolce&Gabbana Makeup and you too could become the face of the brand’s beauty.
The bucolic Tuscan house once belonged to Italian painter and sculptor Michelangelo Buonarroti, creator of the wonderful Sistine Chapel in Rome, goes on sale. Anyone interested? If so, Swide tells you more.
The myth of Enzo Ferrari, founder of the famous Italian car house known and appreciated all over the world, is going to come back to life on big screen thanks to two new upcoming movies starring Robert de Niro and Christian Bale. Who is gonna win the cinematic competition?
24-year-old Canadian Supermodel Kate King poses in Dolce&Gabbana for Vegas Magazine
September 2015 Issue, where, shot by Randall Slavin, she talks about her family health secrets. Here’s more.
As an Italian living abroad it is more than likely that at least once (never just once) your cooking skills will be called upon to delight your friends with come made Italian fare. Here are 5 recipes you have to nail to be allowed to cook Italian in a foreign country.
Add some colour to your transitional Fall wardrobe this year with the season’s hottest colour trends: calming green and fiery red. Here’s how to wear them.
Guess who’s the 4th highest paid Actress on the Forbes List 2015? No, it’s she’s not American, but Chinese actress (and singer and TV producer) Fan BingBing, the fashion icon who is seducing Hollywood with her charm and elegance. Let Swide tell you more about this Chinese star.
Franciacorta, where Italy’s finest sparkling wine is produced, is about an hour’s drive from Milan. Swide’s travel guide for Franciacorta fills you in on what to see and do as well as where to stay and eat.
Cookie Lyon continues to roar on Harper’s Bazaar US September Issue in Dolce&Gabbana leopard print in a shoot where Michael Avedon shows the actress’ wild yet demure facets.
Dress up your favourite Fall looks with Dolce&Gabbana’s new season’s jewellery. From filigree crosses embellished with cameos to seasonal fruit transformed into precious trinkets.
Did you know the first full-length Italian movie was based on the Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri? Dating back to the 1911, Dante’s Inferno was first screened in Naples and soon became an international acclaimed cinematic success. Here’s more.
Warner Bros is going to tell the timeless and epic journey through the Inferno narrated by Italian poet Dante Alighieri in his masterpiece, the Divine Comedy. The movie will be based on the Inferno script by newcomer Dwain Worrel and we already can’t wait to watch it. Here’s more.
Ancient Rome’s legacy is widespread and sometimes surprising. See how ancient Roman residential blocks called insulae have influenced modern day skyscrapers, our answer to over populated cities.
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