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Madonna’s infamous fitness centre franchise Hardy Candy is about to open in Rome. The Material Girl is looking to punish those Amatriciana and Maritozzi chomping Romans and turn them into super lean kabbalah machines.
From town to town, the month of May signals the Mother’s celebration but it is in Italy that they pay homage to the Mother of all: the Madonna. From Palermo to Modica, this is how the Country celebrates.
A good red wine improves with age. But do people, too? It depends. But drinking wine, from now on, could make you look younger. How? Two Italian guys have created a Made in Italy wine that has intrigued the Queen of Pop Madonna.
Swide collates the ultimate Olympus of women who have been instrumental in representing the Dolce&Gabbana woman throughout the brand’s history.
The Dolce&Gabbana Fall WInter 2014 collection is centered on Devotion. Madonna and Saint prints, clerical vestment inspired shirts make a clear statement. Swide looks beyond the imagery and reveals the details of the collection.
Is it not time to let go of that pathetic and somewhat decadent postmodern nostalgia represented by Madonna and Gaga and allow globalization the chance to break through new cultural and visual styles?
Bianca Balti’s svelte yet sumptuous form, kind eyes and bright smile make her the embodiment of the beautiful mother, almost like a Renaissance Madonna. Giampaolo Sgura captures these elements in the Dolce&Gabbana Jewellery Mamma campaign.
A photographic book about the iconography of the Madonna around the world by a war-correspondent photojournalist… Swide’s Elisa della Barba talks about it with Sergio Ramazzotti, who gives us a preview of the work yet to be released.
The Spring Summer 2001 was an important season for Dolce&Gabbana. The collection looked back at the decade of the house’s birth, the Eighties, with its fashion, music and icons. Madonna of course was a central influence in this collection, but in more ways that one.
The Queen of Pop, Madonna, takes to the streets of Florence in the new video for ‘Turn Up The Radio’, keeping the paparazzi at bay and driving away on the back seat of a convertible. With the MDNA tour underway, this is sure to become a euphoric anthem of the Summer.
The superstar is celebrating 25 years in the music business during 2012 and is treating to us to a special treat every 25 of the month. For June, we’ve been spoiled with the full-length version of her Mardi Gras in Sydney which took place in March of this year. Thank you, Miss Minogue.
In keeping with Madonna’s life of contrasts she has gone from a nipple bearing bralet to a demure chiffon blouse dress in a flash while on her MDNA tour in Italy.